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The most expensive things in the world

The most expensive bread in the world

The most expensive Bread in the world, the Roquefort and Almond Sourdough Bread. For 25$ you can try bread from chef Paul Hollywood. The bread made with the best flour And class, are leavened with expensive French cheese *blue cheese* almonds and high quality. And Tcase chef eliminated artificial flavors, emulsifiers and additives. To buy wonder bread can only be in the boutique in Harrods London, but it costs almost twenty times more expensive than usual

The most expensive cigar – Cohiba Behike cigars

The most expensive Cuban cigars – Cohiba Behike. Box of the most expensive cigars in the world, estimated at $ 20,000, Cuban cigars Cohiba Behike. Of 100 released on the El Laguito factory in Havana boxes, 40 made in person, the head of the tobacco houses Norma Fernandez. The occasion was the celebration of the 40th anniversary of the elite cigar for millionaires Cohiba. Continue reading

The most expensive U.S. restaurants

As you visit expensive restaurants? And how expensive they are? We offer you to compare the cost of the evening in a place that you love to visit, with prices operating in the most expensive institutions in the USA. Price quoted is per person, and, excluding alcoholic beverages.

1) the restaurant “Masa” in new York

A small restaurant with 26th places for visitors is the most expensive in the country. The cost of the evening in the school per visitor is about $350-500 without alcohol. Want to bring a bottle of red to save? Well, it is quite possible. In the institution of the so-called “tax on the tube”, which is equal to 75 US dollars per bottle excluding the cost of alcoholic beverage. The menu changes frequently, regulars are only seafood. Their in restaurant menu about 20. All the seafood used for cooking, are shipped from Japan.

The chef of the restaurant Achatz Grant (Grant Achatz) – a famous chef of modern times. Visitors can choose several different dishes, including 24 mini-dishes, preparation of which may occur for five hours. Since the opening, “Alinea” has become very popular in certain circles. The value of average portions of food per person is $192. Continue reading

Most expensive food world

Sometimes I want to eat “something delicious”, even if it’s yummy left in your purse a hole. And although you are unlikely to try in this list the products, let’s find out how many are willing to spend the people, to appease your stomach.

Matsutake mushrooms. The rarity of these fungi raises their price to $ 1000 per pound. Matsutake or mattace from Japan and are growing in several Asian countries, but their number is significantly reduced insects that destroy trees in whose shade usually grow these mushrooms. So as a way to cultivate matsutake no, there is a possibility that they may even disappear from the face of the Earth. So who are the mushroom omelet? Expensive smurf…

The most expensive bagel. Although a healthy diet bagels are high, these muffins are pretty hearty and tasty. And inexpensive. Although this beyglu this is not the case, as he slathered cream cheese, flavoured with white truffles, Zlatolist and jam from the berries Goji. How about to eat this for Breakfast? Yes? Well, then get ready to dump it for $ 1,000 because white truffles occupy second place in the list of the most expensive in the world of commodities in terms of price/weight. Continue reading

The history of meat processing
In Kievan Rus by our ancestors along with farming engaged in cattle breeding, hunting and fishing. This determined the traditional set of products in the diet of the Russian people.…

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The most expensive dishes in the world
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Remains under the cap
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