Olivia Wilde’s Official Salad Dressing Recipe


“Jason said to me, ‘She made this salad and she made her special dressing and she’s leaving with her salad for dinner with [Harry].'”

“I said, ‘What dressing?’ He said, “She’s got a special dressing she’s making for us and she took it to have with him now”…”

The nanny noted that although Olivia allegedly cheated on Jason with Harry, Jason seemed to care more about the dressing.

“Of all, he was like, ‘She made her special dressing and brought it to him.'”

Olivia and Jason deny all of their former nanny’s claims and wrote in a joint statement: ‘As parents, it is incredibly upsetting to learn that a former nanny of our two young children would choose to make such false and slanderous about us. publicly.”

“His now 18-month campaign of harassment against us, our loved ones, close friends and colleagues has reached its unfortunate peak.”

“We will continue to focus on nurturing and protecting our children with the sincere hope that she will now choose to leave our family alone.”



However, everyone is still wondering what the recipe for this “special dressing” is, since Jason would have been heartbroken because Olivia had dared to prepare it for Harry.

And luckily, Olivia herself just took to Instagram and shared how to make the now infamous dressing.

Posting an image of a book page about her story, it appears that Olivia’s salad dressing recipe isn’t an original creation; it’s from Nora Ephron’s autobiographical novel, Stomach pains.

page-of-the-novel against heartburn


To make the vinaigrette that Jason loves so much, mix two tablespoons of Gray Poupon mustard with two tablespoons of good red wine vinegar.

Then, while whisking constantly with a fork, slowly add six tablespoons of olive oil until the dressing, which is essentially a strong dressing, is thick and creamy and presto!

You have a dressing that will make famous men like Jason and Harry fall head over heels for you.

Ironically, Stomach pains talks about a marriage breaking up after one of them had an affair; is this another case of life imitating art?

Comments are closed.