Wednesday, news of Gwyneth Paltrow authoring a new cookbook created a buzz; Gwyneth Paltrow appeared at a fundraiser for the East Hampton Library Saturday and upset the other authors at the event with an entourage of people and fans who came to see the actress, according to the Daily Mail.
Catherine Oxenberg was another author seated next to Gwyneth Paltrow, who arrived late to the event, but then a mass of people appeared around her table and the authors were ignored for the rest of the event. Oxenberg blogged about the so called disaster later and is rumored to have place a plate of hamburgers on her table next to Gwyneth Paltrow’s table in protest (Paltrow hasn’t eaten red meat in two decades).
Gwyneth Paltrow’s cookbook, ‘It’s All Good’ created a buzz at the event.
‘It's All Good’ was written by Paltrow and Julia Turshen and it includes a healthy, gluten-free diet that the actress has lived by over the last 20 years. It has been called the 'elimination diet' and does not include coffee, alcohol, dairy, eggs, sugar, shellfish, deep-water fish, wheat, meat, soy, or any processed food.
Other authors that appeared at Saturday’s event were Jay McInerney, Robert Caro, Nelson de Mille and A.M. Holmes. Alec Baldwin also made an appearance at the event to support Gwyneth Paltrow.
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