By the Numbers: F&B at Oscars’ Governors Ball

By Stephanie Davis Smith, February 23, 2016

Wondering what the stars eat at the Oscars’ Governors Ball? Wolfgang Puck gives us the rundown of how many lobsters, cocktail forks, maitre d’s (and more!) it takes to pull off the meal of the year.

Puck’s Grocery List

3,500 miso cones for the signature tuna tartare cones

5 kilograms American farm-raised caviar

600 Maine lobsters

350 pounds house-smoked salmon

15 pounds rosemary

10 pounds winter black truffles from Burgundy, France

300 whole Jidori chickens

3,500 pieces housemade seeded lavosh

3,000 homemade breadsticks

5 gallons homemade pimento cheese

3,750 homemade pretzels

30 pounds edible gold dust

2,450 lollipop sticks

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