(New York, NY) — A New York steakhouse is offering a Thanksgiving feast fit for the richest of the rich. The Old Homestead is offering a 150-thousand-dollar Thanksgiving meal. The 12-person dinner includes an organic, free range turkey that is covered with edible gold flakes. The stuffing is no less extravagant, made with pork from Japan that costs 475-bucks a pound and sourdough bread that breaks the bank at 75-dollars a loaf. The gravy is also infused with bourbon that costs 33-hundred-dollars a bottle. To top it off, the dinner comes with a ride home — a 75-thousand-dollar Maserati, the keys of which are hidden inside the swanky stuffing.
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