The World’s Most Expensive Thanksgiving Dinner Is $181,000

See, THIS is why people are going to riot over income inequality.  I’m out here driving to multiple grocery stores to save eight cents a pound on turkey . . . while other people are doing THIS.

The Old Homestead Steakhouse in New York City is serving the world’s most expensive Thanksgiving dinner tomorrow night . . . for $181,000.  So what do you get for that price?

1.  Two gold-painted, gold-dusted, and gold-flaked free-range turkeys.

2.  $1,200-a-pound Spanish bacon on top of candied sweet potatoes.

3.  $300-a-pound white cheddar cheese from the U.K.

4.  Gravy infused with a $3,650 bottle of Louis the Thirteenth cognac.

5.  Cranberry sauce featuring $250-per-dozen Japanese strawberries.

6.  A seafood stuffing made with lobster and $1,600-per-ounce caviar.

7.  Asparagus seasoned with $91-per-ounce Korean salt.

8.  Potatoes made with $850-a-pound European cheese, $150-an-ounce French butter, and $1,000-per-ounce truffles.

9.  Lots of expensive wines and champagnes.

10.  And a $50,000 seven-day yacht cruise afterward, plus a $20,000 Black Friday shopping spree and four tickets to the Super Bowl.

The dinner serves up to 12 people . . . and the restaurant confirmed someone HAS bought the package. 

(Yahoo Finance)

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