The year 1976 saw Elvis Presley and his entourage jet to Denver to gorge on the house specialty at a since-shuttered restaurant called the Colorado Gold Mine Company. The King’s beloved delicacy: the $50 Fool’s Gold Loaf, a slab of a sandwich consisting of a buttered, browned, and hollowed-out loaf of Italian bread stuffed with the unholy trinity of peanut butter, jelly and bacon. Elvis allegedly consumed one loaf himself (estimated calories: 3,000 for a jar of peanut butter plus 1,250 for the jam plus 2,500 for a pound of bacon plus 700 for the bread, for a grand total 7,450, good enough for three days, give or take). Personally, I’ve made the Fool’s Gold Loaf at two Elvis birthday parties I’ve hosted. They were both good but gooey while hot and absolutely addictive when cold. But I’ve never finished one on my own.