“FOOD is essential to Life so Make It Goooooood” – Unknown
Why is it whenever someone talks about food, we often get hungry. Even when we are bored, our stomachs get bored as well and would tell us to get food. But this time, I can guarantee you that you will NOT crave for these ridiculously expensive foods that would just make your jaw drop once you see how much they are.
The Most Expensive : Ice Cream
PRICE : $25,000
Just by looking at it, you wouldn’t have to guess as to what made it so expensive. Served in a goblet that is line with gold, it also has edible GOLD all over the ice cream sundae with 28 blends of cocoa. Oh and don’t forget about the 18-karat gold bracelet with 1-carat of diamond at the bottom of the sundae. And this sundae serving would not be complete without a golden spoon that is decorated with white and chocolate diamonds.
CAN I TAKE IT HOME? Of course! According to Serendipity 3 (where you can try this sundae) in New York, everything goes with the one who ordered this golden sundae madness.
The Most Expensive: Bagel
Just like the ice cream sundae, the most expensive bagel can be found on the streets of New York City. In Westin Hotel, they offer a bagel topped with yummy (and fancy) truffle cream cheese and a Riesling jelly that comes with goji berries and GOLD leaf.
Chef Frank Tujague is the one responsible for this one. The only good thing about trying this out is not just its goodness, but also your “inner goodness”. A portion of the proceeds goes to Les Amis d’ Escoffier Scholarship which will help culinary scholars. Now that is sweet.
The Most Expensive: Hotdog
Served with the finest focaccia roll toasted in white truffle butter, this ¾ pound, 18” all beef frank is considered to be the most expensive hotdog. It can be found in The California Capitol City Dawg in Sacramento California.
It goes with French mustard, garlic, herb mayo, sautéed shallots with mixed green baby greens, applewood smoked uncured bacon and of the special ingredient, the Swedish moose cheese which costs $200 a pound. It also has tomato, dried cranberries, pepper, and a basil olive oil in balsamic vinaigrette. That is a LOT of ingredients right there, no wonder it is so expensive.
The Most Expensive: Frittata
Hello, Caviar! Yes, this frittata has10 ounces of caviar on top of it (which is like $65/ounce) and a pound of lobster, six eggs, cream and chives. This ridiculously expensive frittata can only be found at Norma’s which is of course located at the Big Apple.
The Most Expensive: Pizza
This 12 grand pizza by Renato Voila needs its dough to be prepared 72 hours in advanced. He designed this pizza-for-two for at-home serving, and for selected clients ONLY. A certain catering team is the one responsible for preparing this dish.
It contains Australian pink salt, three types of champagne soaked black caviar, Mediterranean prawns with organic buffalo mozzarella cheese, a Norwegian lobster that’s been marinated in cognac. It is served only with the finest cognac available, the Remy Martin Louis XIII.
The Most Expensive: Chocolate Pudding
To enjoy this absolute masterpiece, you have to travel all the way to Windermere, Cumbria where Marc Guibert, the head chef of the Lindeth Howe Country House Hotel, makes this extremely fancy chocolate pudding.
It is made of not only one, not only two but FOUR VARIETIES OF BELGIAN CHOCOLATE and I bet you guys are drooling right now. It also has flavored peach, orange and whiskey. To top it all off, there is an edible diamond that is lying on top of this amazing chocolate pudding with edible Faberge egg. It also includes edible gold leaves in champagne caviar and is of course must be served with high-quality Chateau d’Yquem dessert wine.
The Most Expensive: Sponge Cake
And last but definitely not the least is this sponge cake from Sri Lanka. This “Fortress Stilt Fisherman Indulgence”, can only be found at the Fortress Wine restaurant. It is described as “a gold leaf Italian cassata” which is apparently a traditional sponge cake there.
It is flavored with Irish cream that has been infused with fruit and some mango and pomegranate compote with a very fancy Dom Perignon sparkling wine.