Oscars 2013: A taste of Wolfgang Puck's Governor's Ball menu

Celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck speaks to journalists regarding food and beverages to be served at the Governor's Ball immediately following the 85th Annual Academy Awards on Feb. 24, during a media preview on Feb. 21, 2013, in Hollywood, Calif. Joe Klamar/AFP/Getty Images

Celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck has cooked up a bunch of fresh treats for one of Hollywood's biggest after-parties.

Puck offered a sneak peak Thursday of what the stars will be feasting on at the annual Governors Ball immediately following the Academy Awards ceremony on Sunday.

This marks the 19th consecutive year Puck has served as chef for the star-studded bash.

"I'm not sick of cooking for the Oscars. I'm not sick of making love, so I'm happy," Puck told reporters at the Governor's Ball menu preview, "I think the Oscars is the greatest party in the world, and I think we are happy to do it every year."

While there are some new additions, some items make it on the menu every year.

"Yes, one dish is the chicken pot pie...We have several of the Academy members, who have said 'I don't care what George Clooney or Steven Spielberg eats, I want my chicken pot pie'," Puck said at the preview event.

Aside from the pot pie staple, this year's menu also includes an array of sushi as well as chocolate treats molded in the shape of the famous Oscar statues. Other menu options include signature favorites like smoked salmon Oscars, slow-braised lamb shank, mini Kobe burgers with aged cheddar and remoulade and sustainable seafood like Atlantic bigeye tuna and wild caught yellowtail snapper.

Check out the photo gallery above to see what else Puck will be dishing up on on the big night.

  • Ken Lombardi On Twitter» On Facebook»

    Ken Lombardi is an entertainment reporter for CBS News. He has interviewed over 300 celebrities, including Clint Eastwood, Oprah Winfrey and Tom Hanks.

Comments