Jennifer Aniston’s recent visit to the Ellen DeGeneres Show this week was a revealing one, to say the least. While promoting her upcoming Netflix film with Adam Sandler, Murder Mystery, Aniston joined DeGeneres and cookbook author and TV host Ayesha Curry for a cooking segment. And it was during this segment that we were surprised to learn of Aniston’s apparent affinity for guacamole with Havarti cheese.
With Aniston and DeGeneres by her side, Curry whipped up one summer-appropriate cocktail — a mango lemonade cocktail — and two dishes, veggie pasta and guacamole dip. And Aniston was all about that guac.
Curry tosses in all the usual fixings in her guac dip, from fresh garlic, onions, cilantro, lime, salt and pepper. “Such a smart move,” Aniston says, referring to the garlic, adding, “This is another move that I love,” regarding the addition of the onions.
But Havarti cheese? Of all cheeses, Havarti?
“Whoa!” Aniston and DeGeneres exclaim simultaneously. “That’s new,” DeGeneres adds.
“I just got the nod of approval from Jennifer Aniston,” Curry says.
“We should all be married to you,” Aniston jokes.
Earlier in the episode, Aniston riled up Friends fans with talk of a possible reunion.
“Listen, I told you this, I would do it,” Aniston says of the possible reunion. She goes on to tell DeGeneres in the episode that aired Wednesday that all her Friends co-stars are equally as interested. “The girls would do it, and the boys would do it, I’m sure. Listen, anything can happen.”
Make it happen, Aniston!