“New this year! We’re working toward a more sustainable #GoldenGlobes by serving an all-vegan menu on January 5th,” the HFPA said in a tweet.
Matthew Morgan, executive chef at the Beverly Hilton, told The Hollywood Reporter that the menu will include chilled golden beet soup with locally-grown chervil and amaranth as an appetizer, and for the main dish, king oyster mushrooms presented like scallops and paired with a cheese-less wild-mushroom risotto, roasted baby brussels sprouts, globe carrots and pea tendrils. For dessert, there will be a vegan opera cake.
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Mark Ruffalo, two-time Golden Globe nominated actor and outspoken climate change advocate,