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The most expensive dishes of the world

In this collection you will learn about the most expensive dishes in the world . Some of the following treats even the rich and celebrities can not afford.

1. Dumplings.

Many of the word “pelmeni” is associated with the Russian dish, but not about Russian dumplings will be discussed. The most expensive dumplings in the world can be tasted in the restaurant “Golden Gates” in the Bronx, new York. Frequent visitors of this restaurant are Russian emigrants. The peculiarity of these dumplings is that in addition to veal, pork and salmon, in their composition to add cancer fish torch (Curtius Flame Fish), ktora dwells at great depths. Supplement which gives the dish an unusual blue-green color, but this does not prevent him to remain tasty and edible. The price for 8 dumplings is $ 2400 dollars, and for 16 you will pay $ 4400.

2. Walnut.

The most expensive nut in the world is the macadamia. Continue reading

The most expensive food in the world

Nuts, spices, chocolate, pizza, salad, sandwiches, dumplings and other food, which can afford only the very rich and stingy people in the world

The most expensive nut in the world of macadamia. the price for 1 kg is $30. It grows on a tree height of 40 meters, which bears fruit up to 100 years. To extract and dilute it difficult, therefore, for the year commercially available not m ore than 40 tons per year.

The most expensive spice in the world – saffron. Real saffron (as opposed to cheap and widespread false) represents the stamens of plants of the family krokusowa. The stamens are collected manually and then dried. To get a pound of spice will need 225 thousand stamens. One kilogram of saffron costs about 6 thousand dollars.

The most expensive caviar in the world – Beluga caviar-albino . Almas, occasionally exported from Iran. One hundred grams of caviar, Packed in a jar of pure gold, will cost about 2 thousand dollars.

The most expensive mushroom in the world – the white truffle. It is impossible to place an exact price per kilogram of this delicacy, because almost every big mushroom is sold at auction. In early November 2007, three Hong Kong tycoon chipped purchased 750 grams mushroom for 209 thousand dollars. It was prepared and eaten on the exclusive truffle Banquet, attended by families, friends tycoons. Continue reading

9 of the most expensive cheese of the world

Good cheese is perfect to complement a good wine or chocolate and some kinds of cheese are always synonymous with good taste. Archaeological data clearly shows the propagation of cheesemaking in year 5500 BC in the region of kuyavia, Poland. By that time, when Rome became the dominant civilization in the world, cheese was an everyday food. After the fall of Rome, cheese making spread throughout Europe. In today’s world there are many different types of cheese: only in the UK with over 700 different local cheeses; France more than 400 famous cheeses.

The first factory for the industrial production of cheese was built in 1815 in Switzerland, since the mass production of cheese became commonplace. Below we will learn about 9 of the most exorbitantly expensive cheese in the world.

Nowhere in the world is cheese so revered in France. The country is famous for its famous cheeses, such as Camembert made in Normandy, brie historic region of brie in France. Cheese is commonly used for pizzas, salads, soups, etc.

1. Dita Beaufort (Beaufort D’ete): $ 35 per half kilogram. Continue reading

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