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Sifton on Spring Cookbooks

New York Times critic Sam Sifton takes a look at the recent crop of spring cookbooks. On Gwyneth Paltrow's cookbook — an Eater favorite — he writes: "This is a beginner's book, appropriate to first-apartment dwellers who have found sophistication in wardrobe and employment but not yet in the kitchen. But it isn't bad for that, if you can keep the snark about a stick-thin celebrity who used to be a vegan writing a book on what she learned about cooking from her wealthy television-producer father at bay (which is, let me tell you, difficult)." [NYT]