The name of the 75-minute cooking demonstration at Spanish Bay was titled "Wolfgang Puck Made Easy," and the world-famous Hollywood chef put on an effortless show beneath a 4-by-7-foot mirror tilted so his audience could watch his skillful hands in motion
How do you feed a couple thousand famous, hungry, extremely well-dressed people without screwing up in the kitchen? And what the hell do you feed them, anyway? Get answers from this weekend's busiest chef in the world with his exclusive Oscar-night diary.
Wolfgang Puck and a whole lot of other folks are busting their humps getting ready for Sunday night's Academy Awards ceremony at the Kodak Theater in Los Angeles. The following images will give you a bit of a look into what goes on behind the scenes and the amount of planning that goes into Tinseltown's biggest event of the year.