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A Meal For Winners
updated: Jan 10, 2017, 2:14 PM

By Bonnie Carroll

More than a thousand of Hollywood's film and TV elite celebrated the Golden Globe 2017 Awards in the International Ballroom of the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills on January 8, where a staff of 11 chefs, 120 culinary staff, 50 bartenders, 160 stewards and 250 servers under the creative direction of Chef Alberico Nuniata were enlisted to prepare and serve culinary delights for the after-parties and a divine three course awards dinner.

Star Tables (photo: courtesy of Golden Globes)

The premiere starter was a golden salad of roasted golden and red beets with watermelon radish, goat cheese, grapefruit and roasted pistachios with ceviche lime dressing for the memorable dinner designed by Chef Alberico Nunziata.

Golden Salad (photo: courtesy of Golden Globes)

The Chilean sea bass and filet mignon combination completed the entreé, topped with celery puree and sun- dried tomato pesto, served with twenty-four month aged Parmigiano risotto with wild mushrooms and broccolini flowers.

 Chilean Sea Bass & filet mignon, Chef Alberico Nuniata (photo: courtesy of Golden Globes)

The Beverly Hilton's Executive Pastry Chef Thomas Henzi created a dreamy dessert trio to include a delizia, a traditional Neapolitan almond cake served with orange mascarpone cream, lovely profiteroles filled with amaretto vanilla cream topped with crispy sugared almonds and chocolate sauce, along with a sampling of chocolate gianduja crunch bar.

Trio Dessert, Executive Pastry Chef Thomas Henzi (photo: courtesy of Golden Globes)

For the list of 2017 award winners visit: www.goldenglobes.com.

 

74th GOLDEN GLOBE SIGNATURE SIP The Moët Diamond by Olivia Culpo

Signature Golden Globe 2017 Moet Diamond, Olivia Culpo (photo: Aliza J. Sokolow for Moët & Chandon)

• 3 oz. Moët Imperial Brut champagne

• 1/2 oz. orange liqueur

• 2 dashes cherry bitters

• 1 rock candy stick, for garnish

• Orange zest, for garnish

Directions: Pour orange liqueur into champagne flute and add cherry bitters. Gently pour in chilled champagne. Garnish with rock candy stick. Cheers!!!

Chef Alberico Nuniata (photo: courtesy of Golden Globes) 
Executive Chef Thomas Henzi (photo: courtesy of Beverly Hilton)

Comments in order of when they were received | (reverse order)

 COMMENT 750956 agree helpful negative off topic

2017-01-10 02:32 PM

Streeps epic melt though.

 

 COMMENT 750957 agree helpful negative off topic

2017-01-10 02:36 PM

The meals I make look way more appetizing than that for a fraction of the cost I'm sure. Thanks for sharing though!

 

 FLICKA agree helpful negative off topic

2017-01-10 03:19 PM

The food all looked delicious.

 

 MISTA agree helpful negative off topic

2017-01-10 05:41 PM

...wasn't one of the elite actors talking about poor children in the Sudan...? It's amazing to me the $ these industry people make for what they produce.

 

 COMMENT 750997 agree helpful negative off topic

2017-01-10 06:31 PM

Miata yes, basically he said he was glad that they binge watched him on television even though they are dirt poor and live in world of crime and unrest. It makes him proud.

 

 COMMENT 750999 agree helpful negative off topic

2017-01-10 06:37 PM

Nothing from the vomit pile known as George Cloony? or Rachael Madcow

 

 COMMENT 751043P agree helpful negative off topic

2017-01-10 08:44 PM

Streep is now royalty to me.

 

 COMMENT 751044P agree helpful negative off topic

2017-01-10 08:46 PM

where'd my post about Chilean Seabass/Patagonian Toothfish go? Some is now okay!
https://www.seafoodwatch.org/seafood-recommendations/groups/toothfish?
q=Toothfish&t=chilean

 

 MIDDLE GROUND agree helpful negative off topic

2017-01-10 08:52 PM

The desserts looked pretty cool but the salad and entree surprisingly dismal. The presentation of the entree borderline horrid.

Interesting insight into the event and dining though.

 

 COMMENT 751075 agree helpful negative off topic

2017-01-11 07:39 AM

Would they forgo this lavish meal and direct the money toward schools for the handicapped, child poverty or literacy programs? Likely not. That would be an effort of unity to make America great again. That concept eludes the Hollywood elite.

 

 COMMENT 751117 agree helpful negative off topic

2017-01-11 10:24 AM

I can bet you that half was just thrown out!

 

 COMMENT 751181 agree helpful negative off topic

2017-01-11 03:19 PM

This all looks yummy! And what a nice change from all the bad news we see/read. Thanks for sharing!

 

 COMMENT 751190 agree helpful negative off topic

2017-01-11 04:17 PM

Does not look yummy to me. Tiny portions with unappetizing ingredients! Have to stop at MickyD,s on the way home for some real food!!!

 

 CHACHA agree helpful negative off topic

2017-01-12 10:51 AM

075, do you ever go out for a nice meal? How could you?! So selfish! You need to forego that next time and give your money to someone else!

MAGA!

 

 COMMENT 751370 agree helpful negative off topic

2017-01-12 06:45 PM

I've said this before about pictures of food on white plates, it's hard to take a good picture and make the food look as good as it does in person.

The salad looks beautiful and I'm sure the entree was delicious. Interesting that they did not add any additional garnish to the plate, the chef let the food speak for itself.
This is a Hollywood event. Most women are only going to "taste' and the rest would go to waste. Makes sense that they serve bite sized portions.

To all of you that felt the need to make nasty comments, isn't it a good thing you weren't invited to the Golden Globes!

 

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