Defending her best-selling cookbook, "My Father's Daughter," Gwyneth Paltrow is firing back at allegations from the New York Times that she utilized the aid of a ghostwriter.
This week's dining section of the newspaper contained a feature story on culinary ghostwriters, which included the claim that Julia Thurshen actually penned Paltrow's cuisine focused literary offering.
When the actress/author saw the column, she was quick to respond on her Twitter page, writing, "Love @nytimes dining section but this weeks facts need checking. No ghost writer on my cookbook, I wrote every word myself."
Though Miss Paltrow says Thurshen was not a writer of her cookbook, the two have worked together on a lot of the "Iron Man" star's other projects.
Thurshen is a cook, author and TV producer who has interviewed the 39-year-old for a Food & Wine magazine cover story, produced a TV series with Mario Batali and Paltrow, and did help with her lifestyle company, Goop.