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Last week, Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis’ former nanny spilled the tea that the once-couple fought over a special salad dressing that Wilde had made for Harry Styles. Though the exact recipe for said magical dressing is a mystery, Wilde herself, Instagrammed a page from Nora Ephron’s Heartburn that included a dressing recipe. Grey Poupon is getting in on the drama by announcing a limited-edition, Don’t Worry, Dijon. The mustard comes complete with feather boa and is “made with Style.”
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Stop throwing food at art
This month some activists have weaponized food: On October 14, two Just Stop Oil protestors made world news when they threw tomato soup at one of Van Gogh’s Sunflowers series at the London Gallery. In an apparent copycat transgression, two activists from the German Group Letzte Generation (Last Generation) threw mashed potatoes at Monet’s “Les Meules” painting at the Museum Barberini in Potsdam, Germany.
More bad behavior
Michael Cecchi-Azzolina, who chronicled his interaction with celebrities in his Your Table is Ready: Tales of a New York City Maître D’, chronicles how Conde Nast/Vogue’s Anna Wintour mistreated restaurant folks. Are you surprised?