What you didn’t see on TV at the 2019 Oscars

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Most of us wrap up a night out with a run through the Taco Bell drive thru and some shame. That’s not the case for A-listers lucky enough to be invited to the Oscars after party. The post-awards show bash has some of the most expensive ingredients in the world on the menu. (Whether or not that beats out a Cheesy Gordita Crunch with a Cool Ranch shell is still totally up for debate.)

According to Food & Wine, the after-party planned to serve “15 kilos of caviar, 35 pounds of black truffles from Burgundy, and 240 kilos of Miyazaki wagyu beef.” Hello reports that celebs already dined during the ceremony on pizza, spicy tuna tartare in sesame miso cones, chicken pot pie, crab deviled eggs, spicy ranch popcorn, and crostinis with New York Steak and chimichurri. For desert, guests got a variety of cookies, macarons, chocolate-dipped strawberries, and a chocolate Oscar dusted in 24 carat gold (plus, plenty of vegan options such as red velvet whoopie pies). Though it seems impossible that anyone could still be hungry after the show, the inevitable leftovers weren’t wasted.

Unlike designer brands that have come under scrutiny for burning unsold clothing (hello, Burberry), Wolfgang Puck reportedly sends his leftovers to Chefs to End Hunger. The nonprofit arm of the celebrity caterer distributes food to various food banks and missions around Southern California.

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