In our inner Rolodex of effortlessly cool, impossibly glowy women, Kate Hudson floats at the front of our minds. Hudson recently started INBLOOM: a line of nutritional powders that begins with the philosophy that a healthy body and mind—and that lit-from-within look—starts with nutrient-dense whole foods.
Alison Cayne, founder of the NYC cooking school Haven’s Kitchen, knows a good sauce. She developed a line of super fresh, flavor-boosting, time-saving sauces for busy home cooks. And she stopped by HQ to show us just how easy it can be with her tahini-roasted chicken thighs recipe—complete with her Golden Turmeric Tahini sauce and quick-pickled onions and currants.
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.
The bright-red pots we’re cooking everything in, a brilliant new steamer-iron combination that’s (seriously) reinvigorated our closets, a gorgeous new La DoubleJ drop we have to have, and more—these are goop editors’ favorites this March.
“Gardening is one hell of a drug,” says Ron Finley, veteran TED Talker, MasterClass instructor, and founder of the Ron Finley Project, a South Central Los Angeles–based organization that teaches food-desert communities to grow their own food. Finley says nurturing your own green space—no matter who or where you are—is easy.
You’re welcome. Play this game—invented during the pandemic by psychotherapist, relationship expert, author, and podcaster Esther Perel—on a date night or during a boisterous friends-or-family get-together and you’ll laugh your way to deepening your sense of connection with the people you love best.
Ready for a chic spring party (or three)? Designer Cynthia Rowley is famous for her fashion, but she’s known around the neighborhood for throwing serious ragers. “I love a fun, high-low feel,” says the New York City–based mom of two, who also cohosts the podcast Ageless. “Like caviar, crème fraîche, and potato chips!” Her easy entertaining strategies are pretty foolproof: candles, pillows, thick charcuterie boards, beautiful plates, and a thoughtful guest list.
How nutritious are beans and legumes? What makes them easier to digest than other foods? Simpler to prepare? Taste the best? We’ve gathered all the information you need, with guidance from experts and recipes to inspire your next pot of beans.
Sides are the unsung heroes of the BBQ spread. Bright, refreshing, and veggie-packed, they balance out the richness of those ribs, burgers, and sausages. They also meet our (strict) potluck-dish criteria: They feed a crowd, travel nicely, and can be made in advance. Here’s our take on four beloved classics—a chickpea salad with herbs, sweet roasted peppers, and bright red wine vinegar; mustardy potato salad with crisp green beans; crunchy sesame slaw; and grilled corn salad with lots of lime and cilantro.
Having brunch in is in. The menu itself is best when it’s uncomplicated, and a bit of prep work ahead of time takes the stress level down. Brunch fare has four main categories: cocktails, coffee, savories, and sweets. Do a little something from each for a well-rounded spread. And once your guests leave (full and happy), you’ll still have the better part of the day left to keep soaking up that sweet weekend vibe.
Porridge is one of those universal foods. When we set out to create our G.Tox 7-Day Reset Kit, we knew we wanted to include a daily meal that encapsulated all the things we love about a classic porridge—something satisfying and simple to make, with lots of options for sweet and savory preparations.
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.