It's All Easy: Delicious Weekday Recipes for the Super-Busy Home Cook

It's All Easy: Delicious Weekday Recipes for the Super-Busy Home Cook

Gwyneth Paltrow Thea Baumann / Oct 19, 2019

It s All Easy Delicious Weekday Recipes for the Super Busy Home Cook The New York Times bestselling cookbook that will help anyone make delectable healthy meals in no time Gwyneth Paltrow is back to share than of her favorite recipes that can be made in the time

  • Title: It's All Easy: Delicious Weekday Recipes for the Super-Busy Home Cook
  • Author: Gwyneth Paltrow Thea Baumann
  • ISBN: 9781455584215
  • Page: 326
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The 1 New York Times bestselling cookbook that will help anyone make delectable, healthy meals in no time Gwyneth Paltrow is back to share than 125 of her favorite recipes that can be made in the time it would take to order takeout which often contains high quantities of fat, sugar, and processed ingredients All the dishes are surprisingly tasty, with little or nThe 1 New York Times bestselling cookbook that will help anyone make delectable, healthy meals in no time Gwyneth Paltrow is back to share than 125 of her favorite recipes that can be made in the time it would take to order takeout which often contains high quantities of fat, sugar, and processed ingredients All the dishes are surprisingly tasty, with little or no sugar, fat, or gluten From easy breakfasts to lazy suppers, this book has something for everybody Yummy recipes include Chocolate Cinnamon Overnight Oats, Soft Polenta with Cherry Tomatoes, Chicken Enchiladas, Pita Bread Pizzas, Quick Sesame Noodles, and Plus, an innovative chapter for on the go meals Moroccan Chicken Salad Wrap, Chopped Salad with Grilled Shrimp, and others that you can take for lunch to work or school, to a picnic, or to eat while watching soccer practice

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      • Gwyneth Paltrow Thea Baumann

        Gwyneth Kate Paltrow is an American actress.The daughter of Bruce Paltrow and Blythe Danner, Paltrow dropped out of her university to follow an acting career She began her career in theatre in 1990, and made her film debut the following year Her early films include such successes as Se7en 1995 , Emma 1996 , in which she played the title role, and Sliding Doors 1998 Her performance in Shakespeare in Love 1998 brought her widespread recognition she won the Academy Award for Best Actress, a Golden Globe Award and two Screen Actors Guild Awards, for Outstanding Lead Actress and as a member of the Outstanding Cast, among other awards and nominations.She followed this success with roles in such films as The Talented Mr Ripley 1999 and Shallow Hal 2001 She also starred in the film Duets 2000 , produced and directed by her father, Bruce Paltrow, and sang on two singles released from the film s soundtrack, which were hits in some countries She received a nomination for a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in Motion Picture Drama for Proof 2005 More recently she appeared in the box office success Iron Man 2008.Her personal life has often been scrutinized in the media she dated Brad Pitt from 1995 until 1997, and married Chris Martin, the lead singer of British rock band Coldplay, in 2003 They are the parents of two children Paltrow has commented that she curtailed her work commitments following the birth of her first child.


    221 Comments

    1. This book was received through the generosity of a Giveaways, in exchange for this honest review.I can semi-understand the negative backlash against Paltrow, since she seemingly has it all - but that's no need to hate on her cookbook! The book is beautifully designed, with copious (maybe even TOO many) full color photos - lots of the yummy looking food, but just as many 'arty' scenic pictures, and even more of Paltrow and her children. But I suppose if you are buying a celebrity cookbook, that [...]


    2. I feel guilty saying I "read" this when I really just skimmed through the recipes. I normally avoid celebrity cookbooks, but I'd heard some good reviews about it and figured I'd give it a shot. Meh. The premise of the book is that all the recipes all take under 30 minutes to prepare. Okay, that's something I need. But then the very first picture in the breakfast section was an acai smoothie bowl that looked completely unappetizing. And it went downhill from there. Every third page is a picture o [...]


    3. Color me completely surprised. It actually is all mostly easy, and I sticky-noted quite a few I want to try for myself.


    4. Since going gluten, dairy and processed foods free, which I have had to do for health reasons, cooking has been somewhat of a challenge. Especially those times when I've had an epically difficult day and I'm tired and stressed and hungry. There I stand in front of the cupboard or fridge and think, damn, what the hell am I going to make for dinner today? In the times before ridding my diet of gluten, dairy and processed foods it might have been macaroni and cheese with wieners (don't judge, it wa [...]


    5. Some of these reviews are crazy. You shouldn't judge a book by its author. If so many people on here don't like Gwyneth Paltrow Why did they sign up to win/buy her cookbook? Why let your dislike for her change your star rating? Silly. The recipes all sound delicious. I'm looking forward to trying many of them very soon. I love that they are more healthy options, but I took away a star because the title of the book may be a little misleading. Not all of these recipes are easy and most people wou [...]


    6. I don't know why a white celebrity should get a credit (and money) for the recipes which are mostly belonging to Asian culture. Not even acknowledging that fact


    7. I received a copy of thin nice cook-book through giveaway.I appreciate the professional photography, beautifully designed, the colors, food photography and of course Gwyneth Paltrow herself. Some recipes I found easy to make and fun.


    8. It's pretty hard to take this book seriously when both authors are totally pretentious. GP shouldn't use words like 'skillz' and the assumption that everyone has a Vitamix is a little bit much. The recipes are easy - some almost too much. I had to laugh when she claimed to have invented the pita pizza - I ate that every day from 6th-8th grade (which was not recent). I did think that some of the breakfasts were useful, and everything is very healthy.I liked all the photos of the food. I could hav [...]


    9. Lawd help me with this book. Not one but THREE avocado toast reciped. I know Gwynnie promised easy, but when we get a written recipe for "pita pizza", I feel as if we've crossed into satire. Lovely photographs of Gwyneth in a variety of oversized sweaters in a late morning light, and the recipes are all so short they definitely fit on one page.


    10. I hate-read this book from the library. The title was too good to pass up. None of the recipes in the book are going to surprise you if you've ever cooked anything, still not sure how educational it is. Great pictures and high eye rolling potential. Recommended for anyone who likes making fun of GOOP.



    11. I liked this book a lot more than I thought I would. My kids loved the BBQ chicken skewers and the black bean soup. I'll make both again.


    12. It's all pretentious. Pretty pictures, great sweaters, good luck getting the family to try most of these recipes.


    13. I don't know why many people hate Gwyneth Paltrow, I actually love her. She is the modern Grace Kelly: she is beautiful, effortless, classy and seems so European and sophisticated. Her food and taste in everything is the same.I have all her cooking books! I bought this one from Amman as well; 2016 is the year of great cookbooks! This one is REALLY amazing! Not only are the photos so refreshing and absolutely beautiful but the recipes are so easy!Gwyn has her way around the kitchen, she understan [...]


    14. First of all the title is misleading, it's not all easy because my grocery store does not carry some of these ingredients, without me going to the specialty stores, then second, what the heck, is this a glamour photography book?? I want recipes (ok pictures of food is appetizing) but half the book is full page pictures of her and her kids in fancy photo shoot poses. As for recipes, there is some that I do want to try. I was surprised her tomato sauce recipe is actually kind of bland but kid frie [...]


    15. It's all easy? Not so much. This book presents recipes that make healthy, conscious eating seem an impossibly daunting task for those of us who don't live in a metropolitan city like L.A. where obscure international food items are able to be found. The one section that did contain truly "easy" recipes for a "super-busy home cook", featured dishes like grilled cheese and mini pita bread pizzas - things I learned how to make back in 6th grade, and which are certainly not going to satiate my family [...]


    16. I really don't know why I bother with her things. She's on another planet. Definitely in another economic time zone of "rich girl." Born rich, married rich,staying rich. The very very in the latest quirky foods to eat in small portions and guaranteed to get you a vote on "oddest" pantry and refrigerator shelves." Just what the kids want for breakfast. Acai bowl. Drop in guests? How about some grilled squid, white bean and fennel salad? Something sweet? Coconut puddings with Kuzu. Two tablespoons [...]


    17. I wasn't sure what to expect of Gwenyth Paltrow's latest cookbook offering. I knew it was supposed to be short, easy recipes, but how do you draw a line between oversimplified and a truly innovative recipe? It's All Easy walks this line extremely well. You may quibble about whether avocado toast requires a recipe, but did you think to combine almond butter, avocado and bacon together? I didn't think so. I've seen a few thinkpieces testing how quick these recipes are and most of them really ARE f [...]


    18. I liked her first cook book, saved some of those recipes actually! Really was looking forward to the easier ideas for busy home cook, as the book title suggest but come on? By easy she means so easy that it's questionable whether you need a recipe. This book dedicates at least three pages to building a parfait! The granola recipe, sure but 3 pages of different combinations? This book keeps true to the author's prior style of including healthier substitutions and hard to find (out side of LA or N [...]


    19. Well, didn't know what Vegenaise and tamari were until reading this cookbook but I'll defenitely be trying the Singapore Rice Noodles with tamari (Japanese soy sauce). Not so much on the Vegenaise (vegan mayo). There is a Cauliflower Mac n' Cheese and a Ginger Carrot Soup that look yummy too. Beautiful pictures although too many of Paltrow.


    20. Checked this out because I was curious. Photography was pretty, but there were a lot of ingredients listed in the recipes that I could not find in my local grocery store. Found that frustrating. Made me kind of irritable as I was looking over the recipes. Returned this to the library pretty quickly, consequently.


    21. Have been making some of her recipes from this book for about 2 months nowey've all been great! And easy.



    22. I don't consider a cookbook "read" until I have cooked my way through it -- and now I have! GP's idea of "easy" recipes evidently relies on her SoCal access to fresh international ingredients and ethnic food stores; while the recipes themselves are not difficult, the ingredients can be hard to find! However, every single recipe I made from this book was delicious, and the photos make this a nice addition to the coffee-table-cum-cookbook genre. Many of the recipes are vegetarian.


    23. I have Gwyneth's, "My Father's Daughter"and have considered all the recipes I have tried out of that cook book to be keepers. I checked this out from the library first. All the recipes sounded so manageable and yummy, that I ordered it on . Have enjoyed reading the cook book and am now ready to try the recipes. I am going to make the chicken enchiladas tomorrow night. I am sure they won't disappoint.


    24. Gorgeously photographed. I was pleasantly surprised that most of the recipes seemed to live up to the title easy. They also seemed mostly do-able for a home cook. (Some of Ms. Paltrow's previous cookbook recipes were a little too chef-y and overly vegetarian - meaning way too many hard to find ingredients.) A lovely surprise!


    25. In the introduction of her book Gwyneth states that "Easy implies a lack of complications or obstacles." Therefore, I fully expected these recipes to be easy. Unfortunately there are many ingredients that I would need to go out of my way to a specialty store or order online. When it comes to preparing dinner I don't consider that easy! I didn't even make a single dish from this cookbook.


    26. Love this recipe book from Goop. I initially was off set because there is an ongoing perception that Gwyneth seems to perfect and not personable. I can say that this book has excellent recipes and have recently subscribed to Goop. I was thoroughly impressed with her attention to detail and mission to lead healthy clean eating in a world filled with Oreo's and Cheese.


    27. 4.5 starsthis isn't get-food-on-the-table-and-in-your-belly fast and easy, it is easier than some other healthy cookbooks out there. I really liked this one best of the three; I may purchase this one. However, it is quite photography overload, and not on the recipes.


    28. I really enjoyed Paltrow's book It's All Good, but not this one so much. It is beautiful (and I like a beautiful cookbook) but the recipes were either too easy or had too many ingredients or ingredients that I would have to go far out of my way to find. *Didn't try a single recipe.


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