After rumours surrounding her relationship with ex-partner, Jason Sudeikis, Olivia Wilde has hit back and even gone so far as to share her famous salad dressing.
Even if you’re yet to see Don’t Worry Darling, it’s likely you’ve heard of the drama surrounding the film’s press tour. Despite incredible performances from Florence Pugh and Harry Styles, and an incredible directorial vision executed by Olivia Wilde, the film has instead come to be overshadowed by rumours surrounding the latter’s relationship with Styles, on-set conflicts and family turmoil.
Then there was the issue of “spit-gate”, with Twitter users convinced they witnessed Styles spit on co-star Chris Pine at the film’s premiere. While it’s safe to say these rumours should be taken with a rather overzealous pinch of salt, they seem to only reinforce the sexism that lies at the heart of Hollywood (and society at large). As a result of the rumour mill, Wilde has found herself fielding questions about her personal life rather than those of the film.
Now, the latest allegation is one detailing her relationship with ex-partner, Jason Sudeikis, after the pair’s former nanny revealed that the Ted Lasso star was blindsided by the breakup and became upset when Wilde made a salad for her Don’t Worry Darling star, Styles, featuring her famed salad dressing.
When the Daily Mail reported the exclusive interview with the ex-nanny, it was suggested that Sudeikis became “infuriated” after finding Wilde preparing a salad for Styles with her “special dressing.” The encounter left Sudeikis “ranting furiously at [Wilde] and filming the encounter, before he tried to prevent her leaving by lying under the car.”
Mention of the salad dressing was quick to draw attention online, with comments coming in far and wide from people requesting that Wilde share the salad dressing that is deemed so special.
Though the ex-couple have refuted the claims from their ex-nanny, Wilde has hit back and appears determined to control the narrative. She shared an image to her Instagram stories of a page from Nora Ephron’s novel “Heartburn,” in which the author discloses a salad recipe. The autobiographical 1983 novel details her rocky marriage with second husband, Carl Bernstein, and the pair’s eventual divorce.
The recipe reads: “Mix 2 tablespoons Grey Poupon mustard with 2 tablespoons good red wine vinegar. Then, whisk constantly with a fork, slowly add 6 tablespoons olive oil, until the vinaigrette is thick and creamy; this makes a very strong vinaigrette that’s perfect for salad greens like arugula and watercress and endive.”
So, there you have it: Wilde’s famous salad dressing, ready for your tasting.
Source @womenshealth.com.au: Read more at : womenalive.org