The Homestead Outdoes Itself With Another Most Expensive Thanksgiving Meal
The Homestead is known for serving up some memorable steaks all year in their various locations—the most known of which is the spot in Manhattan. Last year, they dished out a $35,000 dinner for four that had people shocked with either envy or disgust. This year, they’ve outdone themselves again with a $45,000 meal that is legitimately mouthwatering.
So what exactly does a $45,000 Thanksgiving dinner include? The organic free range turkey meal again features stuffing made with foie gras, but it is taken to another level with certain key luxury ingredients. Here they are!
Imported Olive Oil - There’s oil and then there’s oil that costs $17 per ounce. Why use the everyday variety when you can cook your meal with it?
Gravy Infused with Pappy Van Winkle – Whisky lovers rejoice. If you know anything about Pappy, you know it’s not only delicious, it’s one of the pricier brands of whisky on the market. This gravy costs $4,900 to make.
Cranberry-Orange Relish – Canned cranberry sauce? Never! Their fruit relish is made with Chateau Mouton Rothschild wine ($1,750 per bottle) and imported aged balsamic vinegar ($60 per ounce).
Whipped Sweet Potatoes – Sure, this sounds harmless but their version is served with Royal Ostera 000 Caviar that costs $1,600 per ounce.
Creamy Mashed Potatoes – Is sweet not your thing? Don’t worry. They have the garden variety mashed potatoes too. Of course, they’re adding Swedish Moose House cheese to it. That cheese goes for $300 per pound.
Butternut Squash Soup - This good stuff is infused with winter black truffles. As you probably know, truffles are notorious for being on the pricy side. These run $220 per pound.
Pumpkin Ice Cream – Need some Private Reserve Rum-infused eggnog in your pumpkin ice cream? It’ll only cost $4,200 per bottle. Oh yeah, and don’t forget to top it off with edible 24-carat gold.