As we all know, a kebab is a cheap type of food made out of gross meat on a stick from obscure animals, drenched in red sauce which you only eat at 3 am in the morning on your way home from the club when all your hopes of getting laid have been crushed and you don't mind reeking of onion while looking like a drunk David Hasselhoff.
Or is it?
The Food Network Chef Andy Beates created a kebab which isn't your usual 3 bucks but more like a thousand dollars. It consists out of purple violet potatoes and edible gold leafs with some nice saffron. Something tells me that some people would consider this kebab as the equivalent to sex. Dude, it's got gold leaves.