Honestly, I Don’t Know

What is the most expensive food I had? I don’t know really. I have been to hotels and first class restaurants because of friends and relatives’ wedding but I had no idea how much is the cost of foods served per plate or per head. And honestly, hubby hasn’t treated me yet to 5 star hotels’ fine dining. So specifically, I don’t know what is the most expensive food I had. But then, there were times that our bill reached P1, 500 ($35) when we eat out. I don’t know if that can be considered as expensive. Quite it may be, but not expensive enough to be called as expensive. Ang gulo ko!

Most of the time, when hubby asks me out for lunch or dinner, I compute first and if I think it will reach to more than a thousand, I prefer to cook and we just eat at home.

I want to share with you four of the most expensive foods in the world.
Saffron is the most expensive spice in the world. The prices for this spice go around. US$1100–US$11,000 per kilogram. Saffron is a spice or seasoning made from the stigma of the Saffron Crocus plant.

White truffle or Alba truffle is the most expensive mushroom in the world. The price ranges from $1350 – $2700 per pound. This is very difficult to find and cultivate that is why it is expensive.  
Almas Caviar is the most expensive caviar. It is Beluga caviar in white appearance. It is obtained from albino sturgeons found in the Caspian Sea that are at least 70 years old. £25,000 per kilo.
Kobe beef from Japan is the most expensive meat in the world. It refers to cuts of beef from the black Tajima-ushi breed of Wagyu cattle, a breed of cattle that produces highly marbled beef of astounding flavor and tenderness. The price is $400 to $500 per kilo.
I don’t know if I will be able to eat some of the most expensive food in the world. May be in my dreams. lol!

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