Can You Eat Gold? This $1,500 Ice Cream Has Solution

The Baccarat Hotel in New York City has introduced one of the world's most expensive desserts. Dubbed the "Bear Extraordinaire," this ice cream costs $300 without the "bear" porcelain base, and $1,500 with the base.
The ice cream was created by head chef Rosario Wakabayashi who drew inspiration from the "enchanted forest" surroundings of the Baccarat factory. The dessert contains truffle crumbles, edible gold and silver leafs, and hibiscus champagne sauce.

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