The kick off to the fabulous and glamorous awards season is almost here! That’s right, I’m talking about the 70th annual Golden Globe Awards this Sunday. Those talented celebrities in attendance get to enjoy a sumptuous, three-course meal that took six months to create. It’s a foodie’s heaven — but don’t get too down about not being there to taste it. I got my hands on the official Golden Globe menu and put together my own red carpet-worthy menu for you to serve at your Golden Globes soiree this weekend!
Here’s what your favorite stars will be noshing on this Sunday:
The Beverly Hilton’s 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards Dinner Menu
Grilled Artichoke with Fennel Tomato Lemon Mousse
California Pepper Honey Goat Cheese on Endive Pear Salad
Smoked Flat Iron Steak with Sweet Pickled Mini Pepper
California Olive-Orange Marinated Pacific Sea Bass with Caramelized Mint Fennel
Cappuccino Mousse Cake
Based on this menu for Hollywood’s finest, I put together a delicious three-course meal so you, too, can eat like you’re at the Golden Globes. Check it out below!
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Appetizers 1 of 13Kick off your Golden Globes party with these four savory appetizers that are sure to impress your dinner guests!
Creamy Artichoke Tartlettes 2 of 13A handheld tart is a great appetizer to replicate the grilled artichoke with creamy mousse nosh on the Golden Globe menu. And the best part? They take less than 20 minutes to bake -- so you'll have more time to judge the fashion hits and misses during the red carpet pre-show.
Make your own creamy artichoke tartlettes
Apple Endive Salad 3 of 13What appetizer menu would be complete without a bit of salad? The Golden Globe menu calls for endive and pears salad, but we've got you covered with a twist: endive and apples.
Make your own apple endive salad
Figs with Goat Cheese and Honey 4 of 13While the Golden Globe menu calls for a simple pepper and honey goat cheese, we thought we'd dress up this hor dourve even more by adding figs into the mix. Just add a few turns of the pepper grinder to give a little kick.
Make your own figs with goat cheese and honey
Sweet Potato Tart with a California Walnut Crust 5 of 13Kabocha pumpkin is very similar in taste and texture to sweet potato, but much more difficult to find. Here's an easy-to-make alternative.
Make your own sweet potato tart with a California walnut crust
Main Course 6 of 13Whether you're a steak lover or prefer a fishier dish, either of these main courses will leave you watching the Golden Globes in a delicious fashion.
Smoked Steak 7 of 13You don't have to be attending the Golden Globes to enjoy a restaurant-quality steak worthy of the stars. Let our tips for cooking the perfect steak be your guide!
Make your own smoked steak
Pickled Peppers 8 of 13To recreate the Golden Globe steak that your favorite stars will be enjoying, add some of these pickled peppers for a sweet 'n' spicy burst of flavor.
Make your own pickled peppers
Striped Bass in Arrabbiata Sauce 9 of 13For those who aren't a fan of red meat, here's a a delicious fish option: striped bass in arrabbiata sauce. We imagine you'll be cheering on Rachel Weisz of the nominated film The Deep Blue Sea with every bite!
Make your own striped bass in arrabbiata sauce
Blood Orange, Beet, and Fennel Salad 10 of 13Serve this colorful salad alongside your bass dish for an extra burst of flavor.
Make your own blood orange, beet, and fennel salad
Dessert 11 of 13There's no sweeter way to end your Golden Globes soiree than with chocolate mousse cups and a sweet iced cappuccino.
Dark Chocolate Mousse Cups 12 of 13Mousse is a decadent treat and fits right in with the glamorous Golden Globes Awards show. And just imagine, you'll be enjoying the same dessert as Richard Gere and Helen Mirren. Small world.
Make your own dark chocolate mousse cups
Iced Cappuccino 13 of 13What better way to top off your five-star menu than with a creamy and dreamy homemade iced cappuccino?
Make your own homemade iced cappuccinos
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