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The most expensive dishes in the world.

To rank the most valuable, and therefore the most expensive meals of the world need help gourmets. Not the fact that they tried all the dishes, but there is no doubt that these are the most expensive dishes.

Dumplings. Many will surprise the presence in this list dumplings – a favorite dish of most Russians. However, Russian pelmeni, have secured a place in the ranking. The most expensive dumplings in the world can be found in the restaurant “Golden Gates” in the Bronx, new York. The main visitors are Russian immigrants. The feature of the dish is that their composition is not only tender veal, pork and salmon, but also iron fish-torch or Curtius Flame Fish, who lives at great depth. Due to this addition of dumplings emit an unusual blue-green light, which, however, does not prevent them to remain edible and tasty. Portion of the eight dumplings in a restaurant costs $ 2,400, and from 16 – 4400.

Walnut. Everyone has long known the taste and useful qualities of this products. One of the most expensive in the world of macadamia nuts is considered. Once upon a time the Australian aborigines, it was the main dish, today it is considered to be rare, besides useful sophistication. Continue reading

The most expensive dishes and drinks in the world

The world’s most expensive nut – macadamia . The height of the macadamia tree reaches 40 meters, it bears fruit up to 100 years. Because of the difficulties with breeding and production of the delicacy of his produce not more than 40 tons per year. The cost of one kilogram of macadamia exceeds $ 30.

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 world’s most expensive potato “La Bonnotte”. Resourceful peasants living on the island Normate annually collect not more than 100 tons of varieties of “La Bonnotte” per year. As divine tuber (and according to the legend, this is the sort of brought the Supreme God of the Incas) exclusively gentle, be collected only manually. The most expensive potato costs about 500 euros per kilo.

The world’s most expensive meat – marbled beef from Japanese cows, Wagyu. For centuries these cows bred only in Japan, near the city of Kobe, treated them respectfully and fed only the best herbs, as well as daily rubbed sake and drank beer. For a long time the Japanese did not export cattle for breeding, however now Wagyu cows bred in Australia. But the cost of meat is affected exclusively upward: for uluchsheniya products Australian farmers began to give cows red wine (16 dollars per bottle). 200 grams of fillet in Europe costs more than 100 dollars. Some, especially the delicate pieces sell for a thousand dollars. Continue reading

How to cook a salad quickly.

Festive, casual, chicken, squid, feta cheese, any salad can be prepared very quickly . Open the fridge and see what is there. Remove, chop, mix, pour mayonnaise. Come up with a name. The salad is ready! Welcome to the table!

Salad Florentines.

200 g of smoked sausage and salt 1 cucumber slice

sticks, 50 g of cheese and 2 eggs grate,

to add Korean carrots and marinated

onion, mayonnaise.

Salad festive.

200 g . smoked sausage, 200 g cheese 2 medium fresh cucumber,

2 medium fresh carrots finely chopped, add 1 jar

corn and 1 can of green peas, dill, season

The salad with chicken. Continue reading

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