The World in Pizza

Gold Covered Pizza

If you are wealthy, don’t like traditional pizza, or just want to look important on your Insta, the gold covered pizza is the right pizza for you! Ringing in at $2,000, this 24-carat pizza is sold in the only place someone would pay that much — New York City. Two types of gold are used: flakes and leaves.

For the finishing touches on this already glimmeringly irresistible travesty, the pizza is topped with caviar, edible flowers, and French truffles. This pizza is too rich for our blood, so if you want to make it at home you are on your own.

Ever wonder what gold taste like? Now's your chance to find out… #2kPizza #GimmeDatGold

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