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See what the stars ate and drank at last night’s awards ceremony

The SAG Awards is one of the only awards ceremonies (along with the Golden Globes) where the guests are treated to dinner, so let's dive into the food

During the awards ceremony, nominees and guests were treated to a menu by Lucques chef Suzanne Goin. "I want[ed] the plate to be festive and have a party feeling to it the way the awards actually do," said Goin, who used all seasonal and local ingredients from farmers she works with all year round. "These awards really feel like a party,” she told People Style Watch.

Here’s what graced the plates:

Roasted Beets & Blood Oranges with Feta and Black Olives

Beef Tenderloin with Fingerlings, Arugula, and Horseradish Cream

Slow-Roasted Salmon with Green Rice, Labneh, Capers, and Nasturtiums

Here’s what the vegan guests dined on:

Roasted Beets & Blood Oranges with Feta and Black Olives

Cauliflower Couscous with Pomegranate Salsa

Farro with Kale, Young Broccoli, Currants, and Pine Nuts

As for what they drank, here are the sips that graced tables:

Gallo Signature Series Napa Valley Chardonnay

Lucia Highlands Pinot Noir

Taittinger Brut "La Francaise"


SAG Award-worthy Cocktails

What will the stars be drinking at the Screen Actors Guild Awards this year? Libations inspired by their own work, of course. Chopin Import brands will be the official spirits featured at the 26 th SAG Awards, which will be held on January 19. The brand has compiled a list of custom cocktails inspired by movies and shows nominated for this year’s SAG awards. Drinks with names like The Pom-shell, Schitt’s & Giggles, and Once Upon a Lime—a fitting dessert drink with an unexpected finish—will be served to attendees at the ceremony and the afterparty.

If you’re planning on throwing a watching party of your own, and you want to drink what the stars are drinking, here are six cocktails that celebs will be sipping on (and will likely play a part in a maudlin acceptance speech or two). Cheers.

The Pom-shell

1 ½ oz. Chopin Potato Vodka
¼ oz. pomegrante juice
½ oz. lime juice
¼ oz. dry Curaçao

Combine ingredients in shaker. Shake. Strain into coupe glass. Garnish with edible pink rose.

Whisky-A-Jojo

¾ oz. Benromach Whisky
¾ oz. Aperol
¾ oz. Nonino
¾ oz. lime juice

Combine ingredients in shaker. Shake. Strain into cordial glass. Garnish with cherries.

The Hitman

1½ oz. Red Door Gin
½ oz. ginger-jasmine syrup
¾ oz. lemon juice
club soda

Add gin, syrup, and juice to ice-filled collins glass. Top with club soda and garnish sliced blood orange wheels.

Schitt’s & Giggles

1½ oz. Terralta Tequila
½ oz. lime juice
½ oz. pamplemousse liqueur
club soda

Combine first three ingredients in shaker. Shake. Strian into ice-filled collins glass. Top with club soda and garnish with lime leaf.

The Upside Down

1½ oz. Koch El Mezcal Espadin
¾ oz. lime juice
½ oz. orange flower simple syrup
¼ oz. dry Curaçao

Combine ingredients in shaker. Shake. Strain into ice-filled collins glass. Garnish with an edible pink flower.

Once Upon a Lime

1½ oz. Dorda Coconut Liqueur
¼ oz. Olorosso Sherry
¾ oz. pineapple juice
¼ oz. lime juice

Combine ingredients in shaker. Shake. Strain into ice-filled collins glass. Garnish with cherries.


SAG Awards Dinner Menu Revealed: What the Stars Will Be Eating at the Show

Many of Hollywood's biggest film and TV stars will honor their own at Saturday night's Screen Actors Guild Awards.

The show, which takes place at the Shrine Auditorium's Exposition Center in Los Angeles, is actually a sit-down dinner where the stars dine while the awards are handed out.

On Wednesday, SAG unveiled the menu, which was conceived by chef Wolfgang Puck. It includes:

MAIN PLATE:
Grilled Filet Mignon with Broccoli Puree, Lemon and Croutons
Miso Glazed Wild Salmon with Spicy Orange Noodles
Melted Kale and Farro Salad with Crispy Kale Chips
Wolfgang Puck Lavosh

VEGAN ALTERNATIVE PLATE:
Chickpea, Fennel and Winter Citrus salad with Cold Pressed Olive Oil
Winter Squash and Root Vegetable Slaw with Granny Smith Apple Cider Vinaigrette
Rosemary and Garlic Roasted Fingerling Potatoes
Melted Kale and Farro Salad with Crispy Kale Chips

SAG also said that Wolfgang Puck Catering's order included 800 pounds of filet mignon, 30 pounds of wild Alaskan king salmon, 400 pounds of faro, 4,000 pieces of homemade lavosh, 50 pounds of spicy orange noodles and 7,000 pieces of kale chips.

Meanwhile, to decorate the Shrine, SAG said it is using 17,100 square feet of red carpet in the arrivals area, edged by 12,500 lineal feet of hedges 11,800 square feet of black carpet in the interior Shrine entrance and the showroom 15,000 square feet of black drape to create a neutral background and block sunlight and 25,000 linear feet of silver beads (including over a half-million individual beads) to make up the chandeliers and surrounding curtains on the stage.

The dinner tables will be covered with a total of 1,306 linear yards of gunmetal crinkled organza, complemented by 1,200 Netherwood Mushroom napkins 3,600 Venice Silver champagne, wine and water glasses 2,400 pieces of Ariel silver flatware and 1,200 white Eve II china dinner plates and florals including greens and splashes of white flowers.

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And if he didn’t go down as a Hall of Fame-bound great in the mold of other straight-from-school players like Kobe Bryant or Kevin Garnett, well, Brown figured to be at least as brilliant as Jermaine O’Neal or fellow McDonald’s All-American Tyson Chandler. When Brown turned out to be neither of those things, he became easy fodder for “all-time draft busts” clickbait, inspiration for this ur-Stephen A Smith rant, an argument for bringing back the NBA age limit and a punchline for a thousand basketball podcasts – even player-hosted safe-spaces like Showtime’s All The Smoke. In a recent episode reformed NBA tough guys Matt Barnes and Stephen Jackson sat down with Gilbert Arenas, the clownish Steph Curry antecedent turned podcast host. When asked about his time with the Washington Wizards, Arenas circled back to his four seasons with Brown. 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Player beefs in the media are a dime a dozen Barnes, Jackson and Arenas – instigators to the end – are perennial all-stars when it comes to stirring the pot. But credit where due: Brown was the sleeping giant who should’ve been roused a long time ago. And now that he finally has our undivided attention, let’s hope another 20 years don’t pass before this Brobdingnagian teller of truths so much as thinks about going silent again.

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They’re also really easy to make in the slow cooker if you want to come home to a delicious-smelling house and dessert that’s ready to go. While peaches are the most popular cobbler fruit, they’re definitely not in season in the middle of January. Of course, you could use frozen peaches, but why not try a seasonally appropriate fruit like persimmon? The fuyu variety (the short, squat ones) is best because they don’t have that horrible, chalky, bitter taste the other variety does when not ripe. The fruit’s skin can be eaten too, so no need to peel them before slicing. They’re sweet and bake up to bubbly perfection underneath a simple cake topping.

Whipped cream or vanilla ice cream are pretty much the only thing that would make this dessert any better. Feel free to add some on top when serving.

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Slow cooker persimmon cobbler recipe

Prep time: 10 minutes | Cook time: 7 hours | Total time: 7 hours 10 minutes


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Takeout Menu

mixed greens, beets, carrots & sprouts w/ green herb dressing. $9.95 w/ grilled tofu $13.45 w/ grilled chicken $15.95.

hummus, avocado, sprouts, and grated carrots & beets. 12.95

Mushroom Pecan Veggie Burger

Mushrooms, pecans, brown rice, carrots, onion, garlic & spices on an organic brioche w/veggie tartar sauce & salad. 13.95

whole wheat tortilla filled w/ monterey jack & corn salsa. w/ guacamole & tomato salsa. 13.25 w/chicken 15.95

marinated tempeh, monterey jack or soy cheese, sauerkraut, carrots & non-dairy russian dressing on grilled multigrain bread. w/ salad. 13.25

tofu or chicken w/ thai cabbage slaw & spicy peanut sauce in a spinach tortilla. with tofu 12.95 w/chicken 14.95.

tuna, red onion, celery, vegenaise & cheddar on grilled multigrain bread. w/ salad. 13.50

tuna, red onion, celery, vegenaise & mixed greens in a sun-dried tomato tortilla. 13.25

chili spiced turkey, shredded romaine lettuce, corn salsa, avocado, tomato, & crispy tortilla strips, w/ cilantro-lime dressing. 15.95

chili spiced turkey & monterey jack in crispy taco shells w/ tomato salsa & salad. 12.25

seasonal veggies, sesame oil, tamari, garlic & ginger over brown rice. $13.50 w/ tofu or tempeh $14.95 w/ chicken $16.95


Actress Julia Butters attended the 2020 Oscars with a turkey sandwich in her purse.

Julia Butters, the 10-year-old actress who appeared in the Oscar-nominated film "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood," walked the red carpet with a turkey sandwich in her purse.

"I don't like some of the food here," Butters told Los Angeles Times reporter Amy Kaufman.

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Grilled, roasted or fried — however it's cooked, we can't get enough of this smoky Polish sausage. When planning your next meal, make room for kielbasa on the menu.

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