Chef Wolfgang Puck: 19 years of feeding Oscars' hungry
HOLLYWOOD (AFP) - Hollywood's biggest stars, after weeks of dieting for the Red Carpet, finally get to pick up their cocktail forks again at the glittering banquet that follows Sunday's Academy Awards ceremony.
Celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck has the daunting task of preparing a post-Oscars spread worthy of the wait.
Puck will feed the 1,500 hungry guests attending the glitzy Academy Awards, one of the most glamourous on the United States (US) social calendar - a gathering of Hollywood's most powerful and best known stars, directors, producers, and movie studio heads.
Puck, who has catered the event for nearly 19 years, says he aims to create a culinary experience as unforgettable as the Oscars ceremony itself.
Watch Reuters' report on Puck's offerings for the Governors' Ball and Puck rustle up some of these dishes on Ellen.