Rich people spend millions of dollars on Islands, yachts and mansions. In terms of food, they also do not strive to limit myself by choosing the best and most expensive.
So, what can be a lunch regular billionaire? At first he can offer the most expensive soup in the world Buddha Jumps Over the Wall Soup (“Buddha jumps over the wall”). It is served at London’s Kai Mayfair restaurant and is 171 dollars per serving.
It includes shark fins, shellfish abalone, sea cucumber, dried scallops, chicken, smoked ham, pork, ginseng and other exotic ingredients. And the soup must be ordered in advance – five days.
To satisfy hunger the rich help the world’s most expensive hamburger, which was written by “Business Style”. In the manufacture of Le Burger Extravagant, which is done in glamorous new York restaurant Serendipity 3, used marbled beef, butter with white truffle, caviar and other luxury ingredients. The price is 295 dollars.
We offer something for dessert, in particular The Golden Phoenix Cupcake – the most expensive cupcake in the world, which are served in the café Bloomsbury in Dubai. The composition of cake 1 thousand dollars includes Italian chocolate, 23-carat edible gold in the form of plates and powders, etc. Continue reading
The culture of South Africa is reflected in the cooking traditions of this region. A variety of national features of cuisine of Africa is the result of mixing a huge number of culinary traditions from around the world. Kebab and homemade sausages, porridge made of corn flour and shebu (liquid vegetable seasoning), binyani (marinated chicken with spices in a pot), biltong (dried meat), chilli-bites (barbecue) and many other dishes make the cuisine of South Africa is one of the most exotic and diverse in the world. There is an abundance of Greek, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, Mexican and Portuguese restaurants.
In many homes the traditional South African dish is a roast cooked on an open fire – braaivleis.
Also in South Africa, you can meet with other national dishes:
Biltong – sliced cured beef, venison or ostrich meat.
Chilli-bites – spicy.
Sosaties – skewered by South African. Continue reading