Home Uncategorized Golden Globes: It’s About the Food, You Know–Menu Announced

Just posted on the Hollywood Foreign Press Association website, the menu for next Sunday. The Golden Globes are about the food, you know. At the Oscars, there’s no food. Last year, they even stopped selling the turkey sandwich at the bar. You don’t get fed until the Governor’s Ball or, barring that, leaving the building after four or five hours. We always take Power Bars in our pockets just in case, and smelling salts.

Here’s the story right from the website:

Guests at the 70th Golden Globe Awards will dine on a menu  of Grilled Artichoke on Frisee served with Fennel Tomato Lemon Mousse, Kabocha pumpkin smoked dried tomato tart and pepper honey Goat Cheese as appetizers; a main course of Smoked Flat Iron Steak and Pacific Sea Bass; and Cappucino Mousse Cake for dessert. Beverly Hilton Executive Chef Suki Sugiura and Executive Pastry Chef Thomas Henzi have created this feast, to be enjoyed with a 2004 Grand Vintage Moet et Chandon champagne on tables adorned by red rose arrangements designed by celebrity florist Mark Held.

Feel inspired to prepare your own version of the dishes for your Golden Globe party? Check out the recipes…http://www.beverlyhilton.com/_files/pdf/Recipes-for-Press.pdf#zoom=100

The 70th Golden Globe Awards will be held on January 13 at the International Ballroom of the Beverly Hilton, in Beverly Hills, CA.

 

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