The hotly-anticipated Golden Globes are only a few days away – and it's not just the stars who will be impressing. A mouth-watering collection of photographs have been released previewing the night's carefully-crafted menu which will be served on January 13. And the Beverly Hilton Hotel – where the evening will be held – has pulled out all the stops with a sumptuous meal to be served to nominees, presenters and guests that is to be prepared by no less than 40 chefs and 110 additional kitchen staff on show day.
This year marks the 70th anniversary for the awards ceremony, celebrating some of the most impressive movies of the past year including the epic musical Les Miserables and Ben Affleck's Argo. Tantalising the tastebuds of stars including award nominee Daniel Day-Lewis for his performance in Lincoln, and The Impossible star Naomi Watts will be appetizers that comprise of Grilled Artichoke on Frisee served with Fennel Tomato Lemon Mousse as well as Kabocha Pumpkin Tomato Tart and Pepper Honey Goat Cheese.
For the main course, nominees and guests will dine on a menu of Smoked Flat Iron Steak and Chilean Sea Bass with caramelized mint fennel, baby bak choy, and dill mashed potatoes.
Last year desserts were adorned with flecks of 23-carat edible gold and yet again the theme of the Golden Globes show-stopping finale is, once again, suitably dazzling. The trio of treats includes a Cappuccino Mousse Dome topped with a gold spiral, orange sanguine and an irresistable chocolate salted caramel.Of course it wouldn't be a proper Hollywood celebration without a pop of bubbly and this year it's the 2004 Grand Vintage Moet et Chandon champagne which has been chosen by Executive Chef Suki Sugiura to adorn the tables – which are to be covered in red rose arrangements designed by celebrity florist Mark Held.