What do wine, green tea, vodka and fish oil have in common? According to Mila Kunis, all are good for you, as the actress whipped up a cure-all remedy for an ill-stricken reporter for GQ, where she was named Knockout of the Year.
According to writer Michael Idov, we already knew Kunis was a knockout, but little did we know she had a pleasurable cure for the common cold: a fish-oil green-tea vodka Cabernet solution.
Kunis made her remedy for the sick Idov during their interview at her apartment in Detroit.
Let's get some Cabernet going, she told GQ before pouring a bottle of wine in a saucepan. It'll make you feel better and it will make you drunk.
Then Kunis reportedly threw in green-tea powder (It's vitamins!), a bit of fish oil (What's the difference? It's all going to end up liquefied and syrupy), apple-cider vinegar ('Cause that's just always good for you), and Ayurvedic chai.
Then Kunis reached into the freezer.
I have vodka and I have tequila. What do you think kills germs better? she asked.
Then Kunis, who was not sick, joined in on tasting her cure for the cold.
Yeah, I'll get wasted with you on this wine. F--k it. It's good for you! Kunis said.
Idov did not plan to write about his illness, rather about how GQ's Knockout of the Year speaks fluent Russian, but was so amused by a side of her no one has seen, her Jewish mother side.
My condition - the sheer repulsiveness of which I actually downplay in the piece - completely hijacked the interview, Idov wrote on his blog. When we were done, there was literally nothing else to write about other than Kunis's reaction to it. Which was, luckily, delightful.
Mila Kunis, who is currently filming Oz: The Great and Powerful, describes her day as an actress, as pleasurable.
I run around and pretend I'm someone else for twelve hours, Kunis said.