In this day and age there’s no shortage of amazing food-porn creations that will get you drooling, but not before you have to fork out an insane amount of money on them.
You might remember when we teased you with those golden doughnuts in Brooklyn, for example.
Well those rich treats aren’t the only ridiculously expensive things you can munch on in New York City.
In their latest YouTube video, Eater, as part of its series ‘The Meat Show’ take you on a magical meaty journey to see the most expensive slab of meat in the world.
In the video, steak connoisseur Nick Solares (no job envy whatsoever) visits Mu Ramen in Long Island City to watch chef Joshua Smookler cook up some absolute treats using A5 grade wagyu steak dry-aged for 400 days.
This steak is just extraordinary, especially when you take into consideration that steaks are usually only aged for about 28 days, maybe 35 maximum. But this rib-eye has been dry-ageing since last March.
That ageing process is exactly what makes it so eye-wateringly expensive and means this particular piece of meat would set you back thousands of pounds in a restaurant.
Solares gets to sample the steak raw, sous-vide and over sushi rice before he makes the pretty obvious conclusion that this steak tastes incredible.
I only have this to say really…
Need this steak in my life right now.
There’s no shortage of crazy food-porn creations with equally insane price tags. Remember when we showed you those golden doughnuts from Brooklyn? Well, those gilded goodies aren’t the only seriously expensive things you can sink your teeth into in New York City. Eater just released a new YouTube video for its series “The Meat Show,” and this particular installation takes you on a visual journey to see the most expensive slab of meat in the world. That’s right. In the video, steak connoisseur Nick Solares stops by Mu Ramen in Long Island City to watch renowned chef Joshua Smookler whip up some A5 grade wagyu steak dry-aged for 400 days. Now, to put this into perspective for you, most American steaks are only aged for about 28 days, so that’s part of the reason this particular piece of meat would cost you thousands of dollars in a restaurant. After trying a piece of the steak raw, Solares samples the meat sous-vide and over sushi rice before coming to the conclusion this super old steak tastes pretty damn incredible. Check out the video above to get a closer look at the most expensive steak on Earth.