$2,300 Hot Dog Is Absurd
July 23, 2012 - 8:14 pm | Category: Money
The foot-long dog is made of “richly marbled wagyu beef dry aged for 60 days by DeBragga” and laced with black truffles. It’s on a brioche bun toasted with white truffle butter and slathered with organic W Ketchup that has been “seasoned with saffron to make it even more precious” as well as with Mustarde de Charroux imported from France.
You can also get Vidalia onions “caramelized in Dom Perignon Champagne and 100-year-old balsamic vinegar” and “house-made organic sauerkraut braised in Louis Roederer Cristal and inflected with rare platinum oscetra caviar.” It’s all topped off with some gold leaf.
Perhaps the only good thing to come out of this pricey hot dog is that all proceeds will be donated to City Harvest, a food bank.Article Source