Actress and filmmaker Olivia Wilde fanned the flames for curious fans and salad dressing aficionados on Oct. 18 when she took to her Instagram story and cryptically aware an excerpt from the late journalist and author Nora Ephron’s autobiographical novel “Heartburn,” a book that was loosely based on Ephron’s second marriage and subsequent divorce.
At the end of the novel, Ephron’s character Rachel has an epiphany and decides to leave her cheating husband Mark once and for all. But first, she opted to leave him with one last parting gift: her special salad dressing recipe. “Mix 2 tablespoons of Gray Poupon mustard with 2 tablespoons of good red wine vinegar. Then, whisking constantly with a fork, slowly add 6 tablespoons of olive oil, until the vinaigrette is thick and creamy,” the excerpt says. “This makes a very strong vinaigrette that is perfect for salad greens like arugula, watercress and escarole.”
But is that it? Is that the actual recipe the nanny claimed Sudeikis had such a visceral reaction to? And is this an admission that something really happened about said dressing? Many took to social media to argue. “Definitely making Olivia Wilde salad dressing this week,” said one Twitter user. wrote. Meanwhile, another user seemed quite upset that the late Ephron had been thrown into the chaos. “Can Nora Ephron’s estate inform @oliviawilde that they would like to see NE’s name removed from Miss Olivia’s messy narrative?” the user pleaded. TBD, we guess.
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