Even if you’re working remotely, you might not want to prepare a full-on homemade lunch in the middle of the workday. So chef Seamus Mullen created three salad recipes that allow you to get ahead of mealtime. And we’re including some layering and packing tips for keeping the salads fresh until you eat them, wherever you are.
GP said it best: “Pizza is the greatest food of all time.” When David Nayfeld, chef and co-owner of San Francisco’s Che Fico, visited GP, they turned his signature sourdough into two different pies with incredibly flavorful crusts. We took down the recipes for the simple margherita pizza and Brussels sprouts, pancetta, and ricotta combo—along with Nayfeld’s instructions for those who want to make his dough from scratch.
GP whipped up three holiday appetizers in goop's brand-new test kitchen. With just a handful of high-quality ingredients and a few moments to chop and prep, she made a mix of “garlicky,” “impressive,” and “crispy and sweet” hors d’oeuvres that, she said, will make people “think you’re so fancy.”
As we all grapple with this heartbreaking time, New York designer, chef, and author of Live Beautiful Athena Calderone has been trying her best to find beauty where she can, and to really consider what life at home can mean. “We have this chance to make our spaces feel a little more celebratory, to breathe new life into them,” she says. “And to connect with our families more.” Here, her tips for appreciating exactly where we are:
Sophia Amoruso and her partner, Galen Pehrson, have a few hard-and-fast hosting rules. Top of the list: Talk to everyone and be the most welcoming. “Make your home an endless bounty of food, drink, and conversation and they will never want to leave,” says Amoruso.
Having people over for a meal can be easy and fun. Forget the centerpiece and the signature cocktail. Swap in unfussy recipes—like no-cook starters, one-pot pastas, and a dessert that has only two ingredients (espresso and ice cream: swoon)—and enjoy the evening.
Dear Caitlin, I know this is probably a sign that I have a problem, but I cannot imagine a day that does not begin with a cup (or three) of coffee. I love the taste of black coffee, but some mornings, when I’m moving quickly, I know I have only enough time to make a decent cup or prep something for breakfast. If I choose coffee—I always, always choose coffee—what can I do to make it count?
White beans, chickpeas, and black beans can be the centerpiece of a really satisfying meal with a little bit of dressing up (adding garlic, chili flakes, anchovies, or herbs) and some hearty greens to round it out. But you could riff on these recipes with just about any combination of flavorful beans and hearty greens.
Many homemade foods freeze well, and whenever we make a little extra, our future selves thank us. Three freezer favorites—lasagna, chicken tenders, and dumplings—get the special treatment with a creamy cauliflower béchamel sauce, gluten-free panko breading, and a veggie-packed dumpling filling.
For creative, resourceful, pantry-led cooking: We’ve gathered some of our favorite recipes that rely on the old standbys (beans, rice, pasta, and canned tomatoes, to name a few). We hope these recipes inspire you to make something new while using up what you’ve already got.
“I’ve decided to take a break from booze. I’m not a big drinker, but I can feel the difference when I cut out alcohol. But because one can’t subsist on seltzer alone, I used Kin Euphorics to create three dynamic mocktails that leave me feeling pretty fantastic,” writes Seamus Mullen.
Food means a lot to us at goop. Whether you’re a passionate cook or a non-chef in need of an easy sheet-pan dinner on a busy weeknight, or you’ve decided to try a full-on healthy detox, we’ve got all kinds of recipes, ideas, videos, and even shopping lists to make your time in the kitchen as easy, fun, and (for the most part) healthy as possible.
We’ll help you plan your week with kid-friendly recipes, one-pot meals, healthy slow-cooker ideas, packable lunch ideas, ingredient guides, and even shopping lists. We’ll get you going for your chicest dinner party with epic cocktails, incredible food, and tons of inspiration. Check out our videos and you’ll see Gwyneth Paltrow in action, cooking with some of her favorite people; there are also brilliant cooking tutorials and how-to videos.
We love vegan, gluten-free, keto, and paleo options (especially cleaned-up comfort food), but we’re equally fond of…fries, so whatever food it is you crave, we’ve got the recipes, guides, hacks, tips, and expert advice to both support and inspire you.