Getting Your Money’s Worth in a Meal

Everyone knows the old adage “you get what you pay for.” It can be especially applicable to food. But $3,000 for a pound of tuna? We’re going to have to draw the line there. Diagonal View explains why this massive Bluefin sold for $1.7 million to a sushi restaurateur:

That got us thinking about other incredibly expensive cuisine. Alison Fishman-Task, Yahoo!’s resident foodie, has scoured the nation for her show “Blue Ribbon Hunter” and has uncovered some pricey delicacies.

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but we doubt you want to drop $1,000, even if it does have lobster AND caviar:

Dessert comes at the end of the meal but that doesn’t mean it can’t be incredibly expensive, too. Try this $1,000 golden sundae:

We grouse about how overpriced they are at the ballpark, but seriously? $69 for a hot dog?!

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