As we begin to return to “normalcy” it is important to take into consideration what it all means. New experiences, new adventures and better yet – NEW FOOD! I have been on a hunt for some new things to try and I have come up with a list of a few Luxurious Foods to add to yours, and my bucket list. Are you ready to splurge for these one-of-a-kind experiences?
Here’s this simplified list of delicious mouth-watering foods:
- White Alba Truffles
Due to their lack of an outer protective layer, truffles are usually expensive because they are hard to grow. White Alba Truffles are among the most extravagant truffles.
Oysters used to be a staple food for the lower class, but are now among the world’s most luxurious foods. Fishing the fish in large quantities was prevalent in the 19th century, which is why they were considered a luxury item now.
Caviar is hand-picked and farmed over many years, so it requires a considerable investment from anyone in the business. The eggs come from sturgeons, which hatch after six years. The older the caviar, the more valuable it is, so it may take longer to accumulate wealth.
- Kobe Beef
Kobe beef can only be raised in Japan under strict regulations. A single herd of 3,000 cows every year is fed specifically-formulated feeds and pastures that ensure marbled steaks.
- Edible Gold Leaf
Some types of gold are edible, a world-class secret. Gold leaves shaped from this mineral are incredibly expensive, so it is often used as a decorative element on desserts and cakes.
An extremely poisonous pufferfish popular in Japan. Fugi chefs train for over a decade in order to become certified. As a result of the training and expertise needed to prepare the meal, fugu fish recipes come at an expensive price tag.
What delicacy are you willing to try? What are some of your favourite luxury delicacies? Let me know!