Best Not To Bite Into German Artist's Bagel Re-Creation Artist Tim Bengel's piece weighs 26 pounds and is worth nearly $3 million. The sculpture is made from solid gold — in the shape of a bagel with seeds, avocado, sliced onion and tomatoes.

Best Not To Bite Into German Artist's Bagel Re-Creation

Best Not To Bite Into German Artist's Bagel Re-Creation

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Artist Tim Bengel's piece weighs 26 pounds and is worth nearly $3 million. The sculpture is made from solid gold — in the shape of a bagel with seeds, avocado, sliced onion and tomatoes.

A MARTINEZ, HOST:

Good morning. I'm A Martinez. There's a lot you could buy with 3 million bucks - a garage full of shiny cars, a mansion somewhere really nice or maybe some toast. German artist Tim Bengel created an avocado toast that's worth nearly 3 mil. It's actually a sculpture made from solid gold - the shape of a bagel with seeds, sliced onion and tomatoes. Now, this dish may sound expensive but only slightly more than the avocado toast sold in LA. It's MORNING EDITION.

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