The Golden Globes Go Vegan for 2020 Ceremony

The Golden Globes Go Vegan for 2020 Ceremony
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced Thursday that for the first time ever, the 2020 Golden Globes ceremony will serve only vegan food to guests at the Beverly Hilton’s International Ballroom, where the event is held every year.

“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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