Grace Coddington's Hot Potato

Here's three things we didn't know about Grace Coddington before watching this video: she doesn't do leftovers, she doesn't do sales, and she doesn't like to go solo in the kitchen. The woman known to many as the world's greatest living stylist invited model Elettra Wiedemann to her New York apartment for the latest webisode of Vogue's new cooking show Elettra's Goodness. While the pair prep Coddington's steak and potatoes dauphinoise with her gray Persian cat Bart looking on, they put pay to the stereotypical fashion diet of lemon water and celery with a serious dose of Organic Valley Half & Half-soaked spuds, and chat about everything from Coddington's legacy of "annoying Anna" to her infatuation with Elettra's ginger-coiffed dad, Microsoft executive and formal model Jon Wiedemann. Watch the video for a step-by-step rundown on Coddington's dinner party staples. dh-recipe-shop

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