The 'Iron Man 2' star finds cooking for her husband alone with a glass of wine and some music 'therapeutic'.
Hollywood beauty Scarlett Johansson revels in her role as domestic goddess at home - she finds it "therapeutic" to cook for her husband Ryan Reynolds. The "Lost in Translation" star, who wed actor Reynolds in 2008, often refuses to discuss her relationship with the press, but admits she has found "comfort" in marriage and her new extended family.
She tells InStyle magazine, "You're married and suddenly you have your own family. There's a nice comfort in that. That part of your life is certain, in a way. You've got your home in that other person."
And Johansson insists her biggest joy comes when she's in the kitchen, whipping up a meal for her beau: "He loves to eat. I like cooking alone - I find it very therapeutic. I put on some music, maybe have a glass of wine, and maybe something like a turkey Bolognese or a nice frittata."