See What the Stars Will Be Eating at the Emmy's Governors Ball
When television’s biggest stars come together after the 67th Annual Emmy Awards they’ll be treated to a meal to remember.
At the Governors Ball, the official after-party that follows the awards show on Sept. 20, 4,000 guests including stars like Uzo Aduba and Jon Hamm will feast on a three-course meal prepared by chef Joachim Splichal of Patina Restaurant Group.
First up is a wildflower honey poached forelle pear salad with lavender and fennel-scented Sonoma goat cheese, fresh fig, spiced walnuts, and quince vinaigrette.
For the main course — which will require 1,500 lbs. of beef — a filet of beef tenderloin with herb-scented potato terrine, king trumpet mushrooms, yucca chips, roasted cherry tomatoes, red wine jus and béarnaise espuma will be served.
The party is themed “Reigning with Radiance” with a design concept that includes “shimmering hues of radiance and rich textures” so naturally there has to be a show stopping dessert to complete the meal.
Inbetween sips of Penfolds wine, guests will finish the night with a single origin ghana brownie with zephyr popcorn chantilly, cara crakine, and baby bourbon caramel.
“This year’s Ball, with its unique theme, Swarovski Crystal embellished décor and phenomenal food, beverage, and entertainment, reflects the Academy’s passion for excellence and singular commitment to guest satisfaction,” says the event producer, Cheryl Cecchetto.
—Ana Calderone, @anacalderone