What are celebrities serving their guests on the biggest day of their lives? Backyard barbecue and pork buns.
This month, actors Matthew McConaughey and Drew Barrymore chose to tie the knot to their significant others in their own backyards, eschewing splashy, extravagant ceremonies for the intimacy of their own homes.
The McConaughey wedding, which took place this past weekend, was a particularly carnivorous affair in a nod to his bride Camila Alves' Brazilian background. According to Entertainment Tonight Canada, the meal was catered by local Brazilian steak house Estancia Churrascaria, which served Brazilian steak, chicken wrapped in bacon and pork sausages and cheese bread to wedding guests.
The day after, US magazine reports that food TV personality Guy Fieri cooked up a Southern feast of crawfish, brisket and fried okra.
Meanwhile, Drew Barrymore married Will Kopelman earlier this month in the backyard of her Montecito home and hired popular Los Angeles chefs Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo, who helm restaurants Animal and Son of a Gun, to serve lobster rolls and pork buns, reported People magazine.
And in a decidedly dramatic turn for the former vegetarian star, the couple also served foie gras on pink peppercorn shortbread and steak tartare with quail egg, prepared by Top Chef Masters alum Naomi Pomeroy.
Barrymore reportedly quit her vegetarian diet after she began dating Kopelman.
People also reports that the star served her own eponymously named Pinot grigio at the wedding to go with the fried chicken and steak dinner, catered by Lucques restaurant. Chef Suzanne Goin is a repeat nominee in the category of Outstanding Chef with the James Beard Foundation Awards and was named Best Chef for California in 2006.