Gwyneth Paltrow, Rachael Ray Take on N.Y. Times

An article claims some celebrity chefs use ghostwriters for their cookbooks.
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Transcript for Gwyneth Paltrow, Rachael Ray Take on N.Y. Times
Well there's a controversy heating up the world of celebrity chefs an article New York Times claiming that some high profile -- use ghost writers when producing their cookbooks. And that has some stars -- and say it -- esteemed. You know what though you are cool rock to -- included and famous booty is such as when it -- -- Rachel ray are crying foul yeah I said it. But they are also fighting back. On the covers there -- familiar faces of our favorite celebrity shafts. And inside they shared their favorite recipes. But a controversial new article is claiming there is secret ingredient in many celebrity cookbook recipes. A ghost writer an article in this week's New York Times food column called. I was a cook book ghost writer claims that stars like what it -- trial Mario Vitale and Rachael -- Don't really -- -- recipes. The article says hectic schedules making it almost impossible for celebrity -- actually write the books themselves. How you might ask do they do it's. The answer according to the article is. They don't the other rights that some celebs have no input at all. In response though rats for ready -- the tally told the times that -- -- shaft should have been included. But not fan the allegations have some famous -- steaming mad -- GMA -- food editor Sara Moulton says. She can understand why I do think it's realistic to expect that they were involves. What it -- fired back writing on her FaceBook page love New York Times dining section of this week's facts need checking to know -- try to -- Michael well. I -- every -- myself. It's fabulous her ready to -- our rice and -- -- tossed into her reaction responding to cultural and Twitter saying. At New York -- and diners journal gets it wrong again. I celebrate in value stylus to -- first editors I also -- my recipes alone. This a huge issue of integrity here for both sides. Do we trust the author and from the -- -- if you. I know -- personally in that she always gives credit where credit is do it she's got she's given it to -- You know for things that she learned from -- we were both at the Food Network. The New York Times however is standing by the article responding to the celebrity backlash in a blog post and telling ABC news. We do not believe that the original article merits correction. If the consumer noticed it in -- the consumer wonder. Understandably do I trust this person on the other hand I can see the -- -- mentioned as being like wait a second this is eroding. My authenticity and my -- hand. And we -- -- -- for comment unfortunately Mario is traveling -- Rachel and quiet save their bucks are -- their own and Josh ceremony tells us that when she was on the Food Network she did 230 shows and -- every word in her cookbook she even made her quote poor family. Taste every single -- little. She does say though there are people that you trust to help you but help you with your words sir I -- -- gets a gathering -- -- crowd sourced food fight to be continued.

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