The New Yorker's Anthony Lane dissects the TNT-broadcasted cook-along for the SAG awards dinner. (You, too, can eat like a nominee!) "Chantarelle dust""not something you snort but a handful of mushrooms that you torch at insane heat until they are begging for mercy"is required, as are "endive leaves overlapping each other to make fan at twelve o'clock on plate." All ingredients are theoretically easy to obtain. Entourage, PR team, stylist, coke dealer, etc., are not, however, provided.
Eating like a nominee [New Yorker]