For this year's Golden Globe awards executive pastry chef Thomas Henzi will serve a dish that will be sprinkled with 23-carat edible gold flakes and a white chocolate ball sprayed with gold dust.
In September, the U.S. Department of Agriculture reported that about one out of every six Americans, or 14.5 percent of the population had trouble coming up had trouble coming up with enough money to buy food at some point in 2010.
Is this dish a tasteless extravaganza?
I really don't see how putting gold dust on chocolate would make it taste any better it only makes it more expensive
You can't taste gold, but sure if it's chocolate I will eat it.
'23-carat edible gold flakes'...
When did a precious metal become food?
Actually, gold is said to be very healthy. But I'd rather just have the chocolate.
Gold is healthy?! So what are people gonna go out and buy chunks of gold and start gnawing on it??
Actually, injections of gold are very commonly used to relieve severe rheumatoid arthritis. So is bee venom. Gold and silver ingested to cleanse the toxins from the system. I expect every plant and mineral on earth has some effect on health and well being. We just haven't discovered all of it yet. But one must remember that our bodies are made out of exactly the same things the earth is made of, so of course there's a resonance. But as far as putting gold on chocolate, just a waste of gold on people that have too much money for their own good.
So what was the chocolate all about? To symbolize their ever high social status. So sad.
wow, that's unbelievable and ridiculous. but I would so eat it.
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