What the stars will eat at the SAG awards

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THE DINNER MENUWhen it’s awards season, celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck is at the ready.

The SAG awards are Saturday night, and again he has designed two meals fit for the kings and queens of Hollywood — either vegan or not.

The main dish includes:

•Grilled Filet Mignon with broccoli puree, lemon and croutons

•Miso-glazed wild salmon with spicy orange noodles

• Melted kale and farro salad with kale chips

•Lavosh

Vegan diners have this option:

• Chickpea, Fennel and Winter Citrus salad with Cold Pressed Olive Oil

•Winter squash and root vegetable slaw with vinaigrette dressing

•Rosemary and garlic roasted fingerling potatoes

• Melted kale and farro salad with kale chips

Celebrations require Champagne, and the house of Taittinger plans to deliver more than 600 bottles of the bubbly to the show.

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