Gwyneth Paltrow will continue her healthy living campaign by publishing her very own cookbook. The Hollywood star has just signed a deal with the publishing company Janklow and Nesbit to produce a collection of family-focused recipes emphasizing the importance of togetherness at meal times. Paltrow has dedicated the work to her late dad, titling the book "My Father's Daughter." The actress is admitting the tribute comes because Bruce Paltrow, who died in 2002 following a battle with cancer, inspired her love of good cuisine. She says, "My dad was a famous pancake maker and I'm working on (adapting his) recipe right now. I'm making mine slightly healthier."