The 2016 Golden Globes Menu Revealed!

Dine like a star with these dishes from the 2016 Golden Globe Awards
Golden Globes' Main Course

Just because you’re not a celebrity doesn’t mean you shouldn’t eat like one!  

Lights, Camera, Action! The Golden Globes Awards ceremony is this Sunday, January 10, and we’ve got the in on the three-course menu your favorite stars will be eating!

The Beverly Hills Hilton will be hosting the award show, and chefs have prepared an incredible menu for the golden event. It can’t be easy to prepare a meal for celebrities (most of whom have their own private chefs), but these chefs developed a fabulous looking appetizer, main courses, and desserts that look out-of-this-world!

Starter: California Market Salad

California Market Salad
This salad with Asian flavors looks incredible.

Heirloom cherry tomatoes, charred Japanese eggplant, baby bok choy, and radishes combine in this vegetarian starter for a mouth-watering salad. The eggplant is charred over flames for a smoky, grilled flavor and is topped off with a ginger salad dressing that sounds delicious. Get the recipe for the California Market Salad here.

Side Dishes: Salt-Baked Heirloom Sweet Potatoes with Creamed Corn Glaze, Fricassée of Winter Vegetables, Spaghetti Squash, and Fried Capers

Salt-Baked Heirloom Sweet Potatoes with Creamed Corn Glaze
Eat sweet potatoes like your favorite celebrities do!

The award show went with healthy side dishes to accompany the heavy main courses. Sweet potatoes make a fantastic pair to most meals with their natural syrupy flavors that emerge once they’re roasted. The fact that they are covered in a creamy corn glaze makes them that much more delectable. Get the recipe for the Golden Globe’s sweet potatoes with creamed corn glaze here!

Seeing spaghetti squash on their menu really displays how healthy alternatives are taking over America’s food culture. This squash pulls apart into beautiful yellow strands that look like spaghetti and make fantastic alternatives for traditional pasta dishes. While we’re sure the Golden Globe’s spaghetti squash is to die for, try out our spaghetti squash aglio e olio recipe for a side dish for your mock Golden Globes dinner.

Main Course: Filet of Beef with Marinara Crust and Slow-Roasted Black Garlic Steelhead Trout

Golden Globes' Main Course
We wish we were invited to this event!

We love trout as a main course, because there are so many things you can do with this delicious fish. This trout is slow-roasted in black garlic — could you ask for a more mouth-watering main course? Stop everything, because taking center stage will be the filet of beef with a marinara crust. Serving options of beef or fish is always a good idea for a dinner party, because it satisfies both meat eaters and a pescatarians.

Check out our recipes for steelhead trout.

Dessert: Flourless Grand Marnier Carmella; Lemon Mousseline Croquatine; California Almond Cake; and Strawberry, Blueberry, Kiwi, and Mango Coulis Carmella Filling 

Trio of Desserts
What a fantastic way to finish an amazing meal.

Executive Pastry Chef of the Beverly Hills Hilton, Thomas Henzi, has created an array of mouth-watering desserts, and we can’t possibly decide which one sounds more delicious. The chocolate Carmella, which is a chocolate mousse on a flourless cake, or the lemon mousseline with a pistachio center that's formed into a round, gold ball. Maybe it’s the California Almond Cake infused with triple sec? We can’t possibly pick! Check out the Golden Globe’s recipe for the California Almond Cake, so you can enjoy the same dessert as Jennifer Lawrence and Leonardo DiCaprio.  

Signature Cocktail: Moët Ruby Red  

What party would be complete without a little spirit? Moët & Chandon Champagne, raspberry, tarragon, and lemon combine to make this delicious Golden Globes cocktail. Make your own ruby red drinks and watch your favorite stars on the red carpet this Sunday!

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