Gold, champagne and black truffles some ingredients of the most expensive French fries in the world

If you love French fries and have a little change to spare, or rather hundreds of dollars to spend, the iconic New York-based restaurant Serendipity3 has just what you need: the record-breaking French fries. faces of the world.

Just in time to celebrate National Fries Day, Serendipity3 Creative Director and Chef Joe Calderone and Executive Chef Frederick Schoen-Kiewer created $ 200 worth of ‘Creme de la creme Pommes Frites’ potatoes. .

What makes them so special?

The dish begins with premium Chipperbeck potatoes that are blanched with Dom Perignon champagne ý French Ardenne champagne vinegar J. LeBlanc. Once the potatoes are cooked, they are cooked three times in goose fat that comes from geese raised in southwestern France. Oh lala!

Once the potatoes get that crunchy we love so much they are topped with cheese, a Crete Senesi Pecorino Tartufello made from the milk of sheep that graze on the Crete Senensi hills, sprinkled with black truffles collected in the valleys and forests of Volterra and Miniato, to accentuate the flavor they are covered with black Umbrian truffle.

And what would fries be without ketchup? Although in this case it will not be tomato, but a Mornay sauce made with organic Jersey cow udder cream, black truffle butter and Swiss Gruyere truffled reclette served in a Baccarat Arabesque glass bowl.

And since there aren’t any too fancy ideas at this point, a sparkling touch is added to the saucer by sprinkling them with edible 23-karat gold dust.

The elegant and luxurious creation was taken to the Guinness book of record, although it was not the first time that the New York restaurant appears among its pages, they also have the record of the most expensive milkshake, sandwich and dessert, will they sell many of these creations?

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