Gwyneth Paltrow, Rachael Ray Battle N.Y. Times

Stars deny newspaper's claim that their cookbooks were written by ghostwriters.
2:34 | 03/23/12

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Every single -- in the book I came up with -- on the spot don't call it food fight it is now more like an all out recipe war actually this is your food I mean this is the food that you wrote these rescues this week but this -- in your home. In an episode of the Rachael Ray show airing later today actress Gwyneth Paltrow is taking on the growing controversy. Over a New York Times article called. I was a cookbook ghost -- the New York Times is a sort of open the discussion as to what the definition of a writer is into me it is the person is telling the story the article claims cook book ghost writing is not uncommon. Alleging that hiring writers in recipe developers. Has long been routine. And that while readers want to believe celeb cooks are more involved. That isn't always the case. That set off cookbook writers like Paltrow and -- who were named in the article and you say. They not only create their own recipes but write their books themselves. The recipe. He's that you were inspired by -- -- -- salad that I had somewhere or you know ever -- Or you know let's check -- -- think this is my first enough and I would do it -- grass by myself in the kitchen and. I so strongly agree you know this is how I spend a lot of my time at home a little bit of time I have in my family I spend in front of these little outlets of -- that you -- -- It sort of takes away from all that to not be able to call that -- of course it's right. Mario Vitale was also mentioned in the article and his cook book publisher tossed in his opinion via Twitter. Writing I can tell you -- absolutely -- his books as many 3 AM Mario Vitale emails attached it is just -- -- but it has to do with integrity. Everybody cares about their own image and what other people think -- -- while the New York Times says it stands by its article overnight the newspaper did issue a new statement to ABC news saying quote. Our story was accurate and fair. He did not say that someone else wrote Rachel -- Jamie Oliver's work Gwyneth Paltrow is cookbooks it said that day like many -- -- authors how to help but pal Charlie -- say the allegations are just stirring up trouble. You know normally I don't respond to gossip or anything -- you know this is. My professional life -- -- it's important that they know that this is my book -- I wrote my -- in all my. Criteria haven't you can see all of the -- -- when it -- show conversation today. On regional -- check your local listings for a showtime. And I think ever to speak absolutely it will be watching her half a.

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