So what exactly will the stars be eating at the Beverly Hilton Sunday night ahead of the Golden Globes? Funny you should ask…
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Tonight’s dinner party is expected to be a fun feast arranged by executive chef, Troy N. Thompson, and the executive pastry chef, Thomas Henzi.
According to ABC News, the 1,300 guests will enjoy a three-course meal especially created for the Golden Globe Awards.
“We’re happy to be able to showcase the talents of our chefs and culinary team members, who look forward to presenting a show-stopping menu for the guests of this prestigious star-studded event each year,” Thompson said in a statement
Here’s what the stars will be eating, according to ABC News.
The dinner starts with a California market salad, featuring eggplant, bok choy, daikon, lotus and mustard greens, tossed in a ginger dressing. Carnivores will move on to a filet of beef with marinara crust and slow-roasted black garlic steelhead salmon with spaghetti squash, fried capers and sweet potatoes. Vegetarians will be feasting on salt-baked heirloom sweet potatoes with creamed corn glaze and a fricassee of winter vegetables.
To top things off, guests will be able to make their meal complete with a trio of flourless Grand Marnier carmella, lemon mousseline croquantine and California almond cake.
L.A. mixologist Karen Grill created the Moët Ruby Red, her modern take on a French 75 cocktail, especially for the event.