THE MOST EXPENSIVE DISHES IN THE WORLD
On 20 October the world celebrated the Day of the cook. One of the tasks of a top chef to surprise the visitor. This can be done with the use of unusual feed, amazing taste and… eye-popping high prices.
The Americans and Europeans on soups traditionally do not spend a lot of money. There was marked, mostly Asians. For example, in China the first dish prepared, which cost has already exceeded $400 and growing all the time. This soup from the penis of a tiger. However, the dish is interesting not only from a gastronomic point of view. It is believed that this soup enhances male potency
One of the most expensive also is the soup Buddha jumps over the wall. Cook it in London, but in a Chinese restaurant Kai. In the recipe a little bit of everything: pork, chicken, Chinese ham and flower mushroom, shark’s fin, scallops, sea cucumber and ginseng. And finally to justify the price of 200 dollars, put in another and two grams of edible gold.
Breakfast is the Foundation of the day. And a wonderful Foundation, if it’s an omelet. A favorite dish of all singles a lot of expensive products to put difficult. But the chef from new York Emil Castillo found a way out.
In your omelet Zillion Dollar Lobster Frittata he added black caviar. Heartily sepanol top, so the cost has soared to $ 1,000. In addition to her in the presence of lobster, green onion and, in fact, eggs. Castillo works in the restaurant at the hotel Continue reading
Want to try national cuisine, which is one of the top lines of a rating of the best in the world? You should definitely go to Thailand. Those who have culinary talents, we can and we do try to cook a whole meal consisting only of best Thai dishes.
The most popular and really delicious is the soup “Tom Yam kung”, it is sometimes even considered a symbol of the Country of Smiles. They say that if it captivates from the very first spoon, it was just a bad cook. The soup is served everywhere, and in the most expensive restaurants in Thailand, and in any roadside café, is no exception and the Shakespeare hotel Pattaya is a city with a huge number of various eateries and restaurants because try all versions of this dish, because it can be prepared with shrimp, chicken or fish. The first option is the most popular. In addition to the main ingredient, it includes mushrooms, tomatoes, lemongrass, ginger, lime juice (just few drops) and chili (without it in any way). The soup is quite spicy, even for a habitual Thais, because it is served with a small amount of boiled friable rice.
No less popular and “som-Tam”, a delicious salad of green papaya, cashew nuts (sometimes use peanuts) and dried shrimp. Cook it in a small wooden mortar, and because of that he has just amazing taste. Other ingredients: carrots, Continue reading
For us as Europeans, the most exotic dishes are Asian cuisine. By the way, for Asians – our cuisine is too exotic, and fried potatoes most of them will turn the nose.
First of all it should be noted that such an ingredient in exotic dishes like snake meat. Moreover, the greater variety of poisonous snakes found in the dish, the tastier it is. The taste of Asians, of course. But the most piquant moment in the dinner is that the slightest negligence chefs leads to the death of the taster. Because every cook knows how to cook shrimp for a couple, nowadays everyone knows how much you need to cook the snake meat.
Another poisonous creature, the dishes of which just love the Japanese fish fugu. A dish is very expensive, so not every tourist can afford. The poison of puffer fish is not just deadly, it has no antidote. The most toxic body of the puffer fish is the liver. Ironically, this interesting fact does not diminish the number of people willing to eat her raw. The parade of dozens of gourmet a year when it dies.
In addition to poisonous dishes there are several dishes just unpleasant. In Korea as a snack you can offer a live octopus, or rather, his tentacles. Wriggling legs of a living creature is cut off and put in his mouth. There are cases when moribund remains of octopuses Continue reading