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Here's What Your Favorite Stars Will Be Eating at This Sunday's Golden Globes

Ladies and gentlemen attending this Sunday’s Golden Globes 2019: Avoid skin-tight gowns and slim-fit tuxes at all costs, because this year’s menu looks spectacular.

Sure, we’re excited to see what Hollywoods finest will be wearing on the red carpet, but when it comes to what they’ll be eating, we’re all ears (er, taste buds). The Beverly Hilton, where the ceremony takes place, will serve an epic menu prepared by the hotel’s executive chef Matthew Morgan and executive pastry chef Thomas Henzi for around 1,300 guests (and we thought our New Year’s Eve party was massive).

First up: an appetizer of sweet potato vichyssoise with wild micro chives, golden leeks, organic red garnet, yams and roasted pepitas. The main course will be Chilean seabass with forbidden black rice, white and green asparagus, Globe carrots, crispy herb leaves, and sweet pepper concasse. The vegetarian entree (we’re looking at you, Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard) is stuffed honeynut squash, made of local organic honeynut squash, piquillo pepper hummus, braised rainbow chard, crispy chickpeas, quinoa, golden raisins and sunflower sprouts.

And save room, because dessert is a mouthwatering pistachio cream cheese ivory with flourless chocolate, vanilla kirsch genoise, and cream cheese Charlotte pistachio center (we’re not drooling, you are).

Of course, who could forget the booze? Moët & Chandon, the official champagne of the awards show, will pour the signature drink of Moët Belle for the night. The cocktail is made of Cachaca, mango juice, ginger syrup, lime juice and Moët Brut Impérial, and was created by actress Camilla Belle for the event.

That reminds us, we need to go work on getting our disguise press pass.

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