They may nibble on Oscar-shaped flat breads topped with smoked salmon and even caviar , sip French champagne and basin their teeth into tiny chocolate Oscar statuettes .
Absolutely nothing is a great one for Hollywood’s stars who will be wined also dined after the Academy Awards on Sunday by celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck .
“We have been doing the Oscars for 25 years, which is really amazing,” the 69-year-old chef told AFP last Thursday during a tour of his kitchen where he was prepping for the extravaganza.
“I really believe the movie industry is worldwide,” he said. “They have movies in France, in Italy, in England, and now Mexico is really strong, they have Roma.
“So our cooking here is a little bit like that. We have influence from Asia, from Italy, France.” Puck added.