We've already seen a burger priced at $5,000 on the menu at a gourmet restaurant in Las Vegas, and a $1,000 caviar-coated omelette on offer at a plush New York hotel.
Now food-lovers with expensive tastes - and deep pockets - can pick up what is thought to be the world's priciest cheese on a donkey farm in Serbia.
Produced in Zasavica - one of Serbia's most famous natural reserves - the cheese, known as pule, is made from donkey milk and costs a whopping €1,000 ($1,300) per kilogram.
It is said to take 25 litres of fresh donkey milk to make a single kilogram of the cheese, which the reserve claims is the most expensive in the world.
The white, crumbly cheese has been described as similar to Spanish manchego cheese, but with a deeper, richer taste.