This Restaurant Sells A Gold Leaf-Dusted Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwich, And It's Hella Expensive

September 1, 2020

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If you're a sandwich connoisseur, you'll want to test out the fanciest sandwich there is (but not without breaking the bank). 

According to the Daily Mail, there's a restaurant in Chicago called PB&J that sells an incredibly fancy peanut butter and jelly sandwich priced at $350 called the "Golden Goose." The sandwich features gold leaf-dusted bread, redcurrant jam imported from France, all-natural peanut butter, and a rare Manuka honey from New Zealand.

Anyone wanting to try it must order 24 hours in advance because the ingredients are so special. (And this will be really easy for those of us here in Sacramento, since there's a bit of planning we need to put in place to get there anyway.) 

As you can see below, the Golden Goos is a literal TOWER of these ingredients. Wow. 

Definitely the most expensive dish I have ever shot— The $350 Golden Goose @pbjwestloop is the new golden hour. #chicago #eeeeeats #photooftheday

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Read more from the Daily Mail here

Would you ever try this? I'm allergic to peanut butter, so I have an automatic out on this one. 

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