Gwyneth Paltrow Promotes 'It's All Good,' We Can't Stop Staring At Her Legs

The actress and author signed copies of her new cookbook at Williams-Sonoma in Beverly Hills

Last night, Gwyneth Paltrow showed off a perfect combination of good genes and gym sessions with Tracy Anderson at Williams-Sonoma in Beverly Hills.

Though I don't have complete confirmation yet, methinks Gwynnie was wearing Stella McCartney's Lassine jacket over a black ensemble (the better show off them gams) with Sergio Rossi heels.

Paltrow is currently promoting her newest cookbook, It's All Good: Delicious, Easy Recipes That Will Make You Look Good And Feel Great, and critics are having a field day with it.

Apparently - reports the Daily Mail - it will cost someone $300/day to feed their family if they follow It's All Good.  Yahoo did the math, and one recipe for a spinach and mushroom egg-white omelette will set you back $28.27.  The olive oil spray ($6.29) and duck eggs ($1/egg) were listed as the most expensive ingredients.

Paltrow did note that hen eggs could be substituted for those of us who are budget-conscious.

This is the same woman who rolled out a spring style guide worth $18,000.  Why are we surprised that she's got a recipe calling for duck eggs?

Get down with your bad self, Gwynnie.  You've got us GOOP'd and motivated to get legs that go on forever and ever.

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  • Kelly Lynch
    Kelly Lynch

    Heading to spin this afternoon to see if my legs turn into Paltrow Pins.

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