Chicago: Would you like to spend 350 or 58,000 dollars on a sandwich made with peanut butter and jam? Chicago’s PB&J has developed the world’s most expensive sandwich made from peanut butter and jam, which must be ordered a day in advance.
The sandwich has been dubbed the ‘Golden Goose,’ and its valuable ingredients have been imported from worldwide. The sandwich consists of a whole piece of bread. While kneading the dough, gold particles are mixed in it, and gold sheets are spread on it, which is made edible in a unique way.
Then the world’s finest red and white raisin seeds are extracted and made into jam. The world’s most expensive and rarest honey is added to raisins, which is called manuka honey. Then naturally added peanut butter is added.
According to the restaurant management, honey and double bread are the most expensive items. Manuka honey is imported from New Zealand for 1 371 per pound. On the other hand, adding gold particles to double bread is another costly recipe. The cheapest is peanut butter, which costs just 5 dollars a can.