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post #1 of 18
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If you were on death row, what would be your last meal?

Mine would be what I made for Christmas Eve:

Foie Gras, rack of lamb, and Bordeaux.

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post #2 of 18
Thats sounds like my kind of meal.

For me, my grandmothers matzo ball soup & my great aunts latki's.

I miss those people.
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post #3 of 18
English Christmas Pudding. It takes three months at least to make a good one, so they'd have to postpone my sentence.

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post #4 of 18
As always I would have a starter of Lobster purses with Leek confit in a Truffle/Sauterne Beurre Blanc, and Tournedos Rossini, Brussel Sprout Gallette, and Mouse Au Chocolat. A snifter of B&B or real Napolean Brandy.
To drink with it a 1945 Petrus or Pomerol. Hmmm.....maybe a death sentence isn't such a bad thing. Maybe I could get a bunch of 'em and have all my favorite meals and die at 400lbs!:o :D
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post #5 of 18
dark chocolate truffles and a really good glass of cabernet.
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post #6 of 18
For me, it would be a Primanti Brothers sandwich...



and an Iron City beer... or 2... or...

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post #7 of 18
I would have everything I love that gives me heartburn.
Iron City:beer:
The Stale Pale Ale with the Foam on the Bottom:D
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post #8 of 18
Nice and tender 12 oz filet extremely rare
Roasted asparagus and portabella mushrooms
Garlic mashed potatoes with butter, and chives
Bottle of good Cabernet
Cherries jubilee
Strong black coffee
Bottle of Pinch Scotch with lots of ice and small bottle of soda water
post #9 of 18

Anything with a bottle of 100 year old bordeaux...

...bottled in 2006....

:D

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post #10 of 18
You must be a 'burgher?!

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post #11 of 18
Jim,
One of my closest friends had a corner on Norris. Spent a lot of time there. Had a lot of Iron City. Wouldn't be here now if he wasn't 6'6":eek: Lost him in 82 I used to toast him every once in a while by knocking down a few Iron City. Might just do that. Are they still putting the teams on the cans? I have a few cans in the trunk of my "66. When we show it, someone always ask about them. I have one with a rather large woman in a small bikini that always gets a lot of attention.:D
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post #12 of 18
They still put teams on cans... Can you say "STEELERS?!?!?!," baby?! :beer:

They even have aluminum bottles... looks like a bottle, made out of metal. Talk about a cold one! I'll have one for you. :beer:

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post #13 of 18
I usually aviod these type of questions but ...... a bottle of Louis the 15th and Oysters about 10 different ways so what if you get sick!
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post #14 of 18
cheers! my friend.
I might just go out and get some Bush. Along the same lines as IC.
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post #15 of 18
Blue, why do you avoid questions like this?
Man, in my town, this is news. We follow the poor soul through the process. Man, Texas is a great state!
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post #16 of 18
Simply because I can have an "envee" (desire in creole) for different things at different times in my life. Heck next year I might switch to wine! LOL:lol:

Without being to political I have a hard time feeling sorry for a "poor soul" like Ted Bundy, we got enough people on the planet without keeping a true sicko alive. I like when Ron White made the "in Texas we put in an express lane" joke!
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post #17 of 18
Jeffery Doughtie
Executed on 16.08.2001

8 soft fried eggs (wants yellow runny)
Big bowl of grits
5 biscuits with bowl of butter
5 pieces of fried, hard and crisp bacon
2 sausage patties
Pitcher of chocolate milk
2 pints vanilla Blue Bell icecream
and 2 bananas


Gerald Mitchell
Executed on 22.10.2001

1 bag of assorted Jolly Ranchers



Taken from: Schott's Food & Drink Miscellany (I love this book!)
post #18 of 18
Well to be spitefull towards the "man"...lots of fiberous things, hehe


For me though:
Grilled baby Brie, w/apricot vidallia compote and fresh rasberrys

Spinach(baby) w/ like mango, saga bleu, and a rsted eshallot vin

fire tarragon sorbet w/ kafir lime to clense the palate

A club san. of Foie Gras, bacon, granny smith apple, and thin sliced cubanelle pork loin, with fresh avacado and crisp iceburg lettuce, finished w/ a cilantro garlic aioli on thick cut sourdough



and for the ender of all enders....

Coconut creme brulee with candied ginger, along with some reeeeeeeealy good cognac....

Welll gotta go eat now, ****
Like all good meals, this too shall pass
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