What, exactly, is up with the ‘Sex Bark’ in Gwyneth Paltrow’s latest Goop?

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Goop impresario Gwyneth Paltrow turns to ‘clean comfort food’ in third cookbook.

If you’ve cooked your way through Gwyneth Paltrow’s previous two cookbooks – no doubt losing several stone in the process due to her stringent attitude toward processed food – there’s good news: the actor and Goop impresario has revealed that she has a third culinary tome in the works.

Subscribe to Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop newsletter and you know what you’re in for: Kale smoothies, obscure and expensive ingredients for recipes that make obscure and expensive food and a lot of references to almond milk. Promoting her film Mortdecai on Friday, Paltrow told fellow celebrity chef Rachael Ray that the follow-up to 2013’s It’s All Good will contain “clean comfort food” for the whole family. On Thursday, the Goop founder went on the “Ellen DeGeneres Show,” where she uncharacteristically got a little raunchy by confessing to being a member of the Mile High Club. It’s an awesome side project that I get to do, and I feel really lucky that people bought the first one and the second one!” the Mortdecai actress and Goop head said on Rachael Ray Friday morning. Just when our faith in Gwyneth Paltrow’s sense of fashion was evaporating entirely—you remember that beige pantsuit she wore—her boring blue dress proved to be very, very deceiving.

That continued a kiss-and-tell streak that started last week, when Paltrow went on Howard Stern’s SiriusXM radio show and candidly talked about racy topics including oral sex and her relationships with A-list stars like Brad Pitt. “I do feel that doing the interview with Howard was nice as I got to be myself,” the suddenly liberated 42-year-old beauty told Confidenti@l at the L.A. premiere of her new film “Mortdecai,” adding that she doesn’t usually read her own press. “Normally I do an interview that is one minute, and you cannot really sit down and relax,” she said. “It was nice to be able to just be myself. So what can loyal Paltrow kitchen fans like Meryl Streep expect? “Clean comfort food” for the entire family, because she says she always finds herself running out of ideas. Though healthy eating is rarely regarded as festive, Paltrow added that the book would encompass party food. “That’s always a tough one,” she said. “It’s like you’re having a party, and you don’t want to be in the kitchen.

And in my real life I am cheeky.” Paltrow told us she’s happy if people are getting to know her as “a real person” and understand she’s the kind of gal you can have a drink with at the local bar. “It can get messy!” she warns of that experience. I would love easy party food and kid-family food, and that’s where I am right now.” Despite much media mockery, Paltrow’s previous cookery books, It’s All Good: Delicious, Easy Recipes That Will Make You Look Good and Feel Great and My Father’s Daughter: Delicious, Easy Recipes Celebrating Family and Togetherness, were both bestsellers. Ho shou wu is an herb tonic used for centuries to enhance youthfulness, reproductive function, and sex drive and Moon Juice’s Sex Dust is an aphrodisiac warming potion promoting enjoyable sex and fertility for both men and women.” Okay let’s break this down. And everyone threw up.” Yet in case anyone thought she was too wholesome to be true, while on the promotional trail, Paltrow and co-star Johnny Depp revealed to Ellen that they had joined the mile-high club – though, needless to say, not together. While appearing in the National Costume portion of this year’s Miss Universe pageant pre-show in Miami, Chanel Beckenlehner managed to carry the weight of 10 hockey sticks on her shoulders as she honored her country’s national sport.

While filming a scene from his upcoming comedy “Daddy’s Home,” the comedian threw a prop basketball directly at a Pelicans cheerleader’s face. Actor and aspiring fashionista Adrian Grenier has teamed with wildlife photographer Amber Arbucci for Buffalo David Bitton’s 2015 spring campaign. “Vinny was always the better-looking one of the two of us,” Grenier admitted of his “Entourage” character, while shooting his first-ever fashion campaign in Old Westbury, L.I. “He had the better style.” That appears to be changing now. No, Emily Ratajkowski is not starring in the X-rated version of “Hot Tub Time Machine.” The “Gone Girl” actress just posted a photo of herself naked in an outdoor bathtub to Instagram on Thursday, playfully looking over her shoulder. Kurt Cobain’s daughter, Frances Bean, and widow, Courtney Love, are expected at the premiere of HBO’s Cobain doc, “Montage of Heck” Saturday. … Lena Dunhan is set to join a panel discussion after a screening of “It’s Me, Hilary: The Man Who Drew Eloise,” a movie she executive produced on Saturday. … Chef Steven Frentz of the Church Key restaurant in L.A. and one of Bravo’s “America’s Best New Restaurants” will cook a four-course meal for select festivalgoers as part of the ChefDance series. Two of America’s favorite superheroes are teaming up to help sick kids. “Captain America” actor Chris Evans and “Guardians of the Galaxy” star Chris Pratt have made a Super Bowl wager for one of them to dress in full costume and visit a children’s hospital after the big game.

The “Iz U Down” rapper rolled into Pole Position Raceway in Jersey City, where he filmed a segment with MTV News to promote his upcoming album, “Full Speed.” The indoor go-kart track, a quick drive from Midtown, made headlines in 2012 when Confidenti@l’s recent guest editor and rapper, 50 Cent, came to race just days after getting banged up in a car accident. Super chefs Francois Payard and Daniel Boulud tried their hands at bartending at Tuesday night’s Karlitz & Co.’s 25th anniversary at Ginny’s Supper Club. The famous foodies got behind the bar and poured vintage wines for party host Herb Karlitz, “Iron Chef’s” Alex Guarnaschelli, “Chopped” champ Elizabeth Falkner and Marcus Samuelsson, who co-founded the Harlem EatUp Festival, which will debut this spring. Matthew Broderick of “The Producers,” comedian Janeane Garofalo, “The Karate Kid” Ralph Macchio and Blondie singer Debbie Harry will read passages from celebrity bios of their choosing in a show that never disappoints.

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