Seven Most Expensive Foods Out There

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Pretty much everyone loves food. But while most of us will settle for a delicious (and cheap) plate of greasy french fries, there are some with a more expensive taste. These seven foods are the most expensive of their kind, and while I can’t relate to spending thousands of dollars on a pie, clearly some people could!

A Dreamy Dessert

• $25,000

For some of us, just the thought of dessert is a treat. But for the rich among us, dessert has its own separate standards. This Frozen Haute Chocolate ice cream sundae costs a whopping $25,000! How can an ice cream be more expensive than a car you ask? Well it contains 28 cocoas, it is decorated in edible gold, and is served in a goblet of gold too.
Don’t forget the 18-karat gold bracelet found at the bottom of the treat as a sweet surprise.

A Pricey Pie

• 14,260

With $870 worth of beef fillet, special Chinese mushrooms that cot $400 a pound and two bottled of vintage wine used for the ingredient, this incredibly rich dish has left all our moths watering.

A Bagel in a Billion

• $1,000

Although half the proceeds go to a scholarship for future culinary students, this bagel still seems quite overpriced. With white truffle cream cheese and goji berry infused Riesling jelly and gold leaf, this one if for the real bagel lovers of the world.

The Perfect Pizza

• $2,400

Orders need to be made a full week in advance for this artwork of a pizza. It is decorated with 100 grams of white truffles and gold leaf. However, the place which sells it, “Margo’s Pizzeria”, donates every penny to charity!

The Haughty Hot Dog

• $145.49

Hot dogs are meant to be the cheap snack you grip on your walk, but not the hot dogs from Capitol Dawg. The list of ingredients that make this dish perfection goes on forever, including French mustard, garlic mayo, sautéed shallots, mixed baby greens, Applewood smoked uncured bacon, Swedish moose cheese, tomato, dried cranberries, pepper and a basil olive oil and cranberry-pear-coconut balsamic vinaigrette.

Black Watermelon

• $6,100

One would think a natural dish like watermelon could only cost so much, but these rare Black Watermelons are only grown in the island of Hokkaido in Japan with a harvest only yielding a dozen fruits a season! Not only is it rare, but it is said the sweetness and crispiness of this watermelon is near to perfection.

Cash for Caviar

• $25,000

Caviar is known to be a pricey delicacy, yet the rarity of the specific Almas Caviar makes this dish even more expensive. To find a store that offers this dish is not a common happening. The only store known to offer this dish is Caviar House & Prunier which is in London. The store packages the caviar a tin made of 24 karat gold.

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