- 20lbs of peanut butter - $46
- 5,000 cage-free eggs - $166
- 800 figs - $240
- 10 gallons orange miso vinaigrette - $700
- 1,500 quail eggs - $899
- 200lbs of honey crisp apples - $942
- 450lbs of organic sugar - $1,428
- 100lbs of signature blend prime chuck - $1,498
- 400 heads of cauliflower - $1,600
- 6,500 pieces wood-fired flatbread - $2,921
- 450 quarts heavy cream - $3,145
- 300 whole Jidori chickens - $4,497
- 300lbs of Snake River Wagyu short ribs - $5,000
- 6,000 mini brioche buns - $6,475
- 130 bottles of Haig Club single grain Scotch whisky - $7,228
- 1,000 stone crab claws - $9,983
- 15 of winter black truffles - $15,780
- 1 ton of 70% Fleur de Cao Cacao Barry chocolate - $16,171
- 10 KG of American farm-raised caviar - $19,700
- 175lbs of Parmesan Reggiano -$25,575
- 350lbs of house-smoked salmon - $26,250
- 2,400 bottles of Piper Heidsieck Champagne - $96,000
- 2,700 bottles of Sterling Vineyards wines - $170,100
- 30lbs of edible gold dust - $4,844,362 (yes, seriously)
That all equals out to a Goddamn staggeringly high $5,260,706 -- and remember, this is a fairly conservative estimate that excludes the venue, silverware, hired help, and the guy who had to shave Ben Affleck's back.
In case you were wondering, that food bill could buy you several private, Caribbean islands. The world is a cruel, cruel place. I blame Wolfgang Puck and his unnatural taste for gold dust. Seriously, $4 million worth of gold dust?!
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Wil Fulton is a staff writer for Thrillist. He ate so much today. Follow him: @wilfulton.