It looks like Gwyneth Paltrow won’t be breaking bread with the New York Times anytime soon.
The actress denied a story that ran in the Times last Tuesday that suggested the actress wasn’t the only cook in the kitchen when working on her best-selling cookbook, “My Father’s Daughter.”
Paltrow tweeted Saturday: “Love @nytimes dining section but this weeks facts need checking. No ghost writer on my cookbook, I wrote every word myself.”
The article suggests that several celebrity chefs including Rachael Ray, Paula Deen, Jamie Oliver and even Martha Stewart don’t actually write their own cookbooks.
The Times claimed that food writer and chef Julia Turshen “is writing a second cookbook with Gwyneth Paltrow after their collaboration on “My Father’s Daughter.”
Paltrow penned her recipe tome last year, which is a collection of recipes by the actress and her late father, Bruce Paltrow. Ironically, “My Father’s Daughter” skyrocketed to the top of the Times’ best-seller list.