Make a list of the world’s most expensive products is difficult, because in the world of luxury gastronomy everything is so volatile. And yet there are foods that in any season, regardless of trends and economic situation in the world, are unrelenting demand, which determines their high price.
1. Beluga caviar
Beluga caviar is the most expensive product in the world, because a kilogram of Beluga caviar costs up to $ 5,000. Beluga is one of the rarest species of sturgeon, which inhabits the Caspian basin. This caviar is harvested from sturgeon adults (20 years and older), which weigh at least 2 tons. Beluga caviar ranks first in the size of eggs (up to 2.5 mm in diameter) and nutritional value. The criterion for assessing the quality Beluga caviar is its color: the lighter the ROE, the higher the price (color varies from black or a dark purple to a pearly-gray). When you crack the egg, it bursts, and you feel a sharp salty taste, which nothing can not be confused. Beluga caviar is usually served with toast and butter, which underline her specific taste.
Saffron is the most expensive seasoning in the world. Depending on the time of year, the price of saffron varies from 1500 to 2500 dollars a pound (0,450 kg). Saffron is obtained from the flowers of saffron, hand-picked. To produce a pound of dry saffron, it is necessary 50 – 70 thousand flowers (this is a crop from an area of a football field).This is a very long and laborious process, which explains the sky-high (as for spice) the price of saffron. Continue reading
His coming waiting for all family members. Smart Housewives can think about what to cook, to guests and the patron of the year of the Fire Monkey was satisfied. Elenkrig the table correctly, the mistress, the Monkey will be supportive of the family will bring happiness, luck and wealth to the house. Editorial will tell You what to cook on New year 2016, because zagabria the minx, your cherished dreams will come true!
The main culprit celebrations 2016 leap year — unpredictable Red Fire Monkey. 2016 will be impulsive, active, busy and alive as the ruling animal.
2016 new year’s eve menu
Monkeys eat everything. The basis of their diet are fresh vegetables, fruits, leaves of trees and shrubs. Some are happy to eat eggs, insects, small animals, carrion. Among them there are even cannibals. But if the monkey have nothing to eat, she eats whatever will find. Knowing the peculiarities of nutrition of the monkey, you can choose any of the Christmas meals for the festive table 2016. The monkey would mind if you cook what you love, it gives you the freedom of choice of food. Cook what you like. Importantly, all meals were home cooked, not bought in the nearest supermarket or diner. Continue reading
Where you can try burgers for $5000, omelets for $1000 and a pizza for €8000
The rule “the more expensive the better” in the case of cooking does not always work. Sandwich, cooked in a nondescript cafe, someone seems much more appetizing than filet Mignon from the elite restaurant. On the other hand, having ordered a dish, the cost of which is calculated even tens and hundreds of conditional units, Willy-nilly, you will begin to admire his taste — not least because they do not want to regret the money spent. However, as a rule, the admiration is quite sincere, the creators of expensive dishes tend not to make money out of anything, but to show their culinary skills and imagination. Forbes chose 10 edible masterpieces, which are able to inflict a serious blow to the budget gourmet.
Frenchman, Hubert Keller is widely respected among American chefs. He owns several restaurants, including Fleur, located in the world capital of gambling. It is here that serves a giant Burger for $5000: a Kobe beef, foie Gras and truffle sauce, all on a lush crispy bun. As a bonus — a bottle of Château Pétrus wine harvest in 1995, and exclusive glass that, if the client so wishes, will be shipped out to his home along with a certificate of quality. In addition, the satellite or companion, who will order the FleurBurger 5000, will receive a free Burger — though ordinary. Continue reading