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post #1 of 54
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I figured this would be an interesting conversation.

If you were on death row and they came to you and said your going to have your last meal tomorrow night, what do you want, anything you want, what would it be?

Id want a huge peice of meatloaf, my moms potpie and a huge bowl of sheppards pie, nice steak with a huge pile of slightly chunky mashed potatoes for desert a huge peice of peach pie and a peice of apple pie, a peice of angel food cake with tons of fresh summer berries and a berry syrup a HUGE class of coke with fresh lime and tons of ice and to top it off a huge chocolate malt milk shake. :D

Can I have that all now please?
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post #2 of 54
Box lunch at the Y
post #3 of 54
I heard they have a limit, like $20-25 or something.

Also they probably don't have someone there to prepare all that stuff for you, so it must have to be from a retaurant that will prepare it for take out.

But if there were no limit and they had an executive chef there to cook it, I'd ask for one of those blowfish that you sometimes die after eating them, but are suppose to taste real good. With a couple pounds of white winter truffles on top.
post #4 of 54
Chips and salsa with guacamole and bean dip, Tacos Al Pastor, and a fried jalapeno. Negro Modelo with salt and lime and Don Julio, room temp, no training wheels.
post #5 of 54
scallops in a coconut crumb with a lime and chilli tartare sauce,
oven roasted tomatoes,, raw green beans, stuffed baked potato with a rib eye steak cooked rare and topped with italian herbs and parmesian cheese
then followed by home made apple crumble with greek yoghurt and a big ole irish coffee with lots of baileys and a selection of rich chocolate truffles ...... hey if its going to be my last supper i would want to die smiling
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when life hands you lemons, make lemon gelee, lemon meringue pie, or any other dessert your heart desires

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post #6 of 54
We don't have the death penalty :D
post #7 of 54
we dont either but hey im always up for designing a great meal :crazy:
when life hands you lemons, make lemon gelee, lemon meringue pie, or any other dessert your heart desires

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when life hands you lemons, make lemon gelee, lemon meringue pie, or any other dessert your heart desires

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post #8 of 54
Fugu - I've always been curious, and that would seem like a good opportunity to try....would even be willing to prepare it myself :eek:
post #9 of 54
well if you prepare it wrong at least you wont die publicly :p:p:p
when life hands you lemons, make lemon gelee, lemon meringue pie, or any other dessert your heart desires

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when life hands you lemons, make lemon gelee, lemon meringue pie, or any other dessert your heart desires

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www.shoebridge.co.nz
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post #10 of 54
Also, you'd have to hope you wouldn't be one of those people freed minutes before their execution, lol.
post #11 of 54
If the prison guards are daft enough to give me a set of sharp knives and a deadly neuro toxin, then I suspect I could engineer my own last minute release plan reasonably successfully. :D
post #12 of 54
If anyone ever has the time to sift through the text, interesting website about actual last meal requests

Dead Man Eating...Last Meals on Death Row

I think I would have Morimoto come in and make me whatever he felt like.
post #13 of 54
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TEXAS LAST MEAL
FARLEY CHARLES MATCHETT
September 12, 2006

..A moment later he went on to thank his supporters, who included French actress Brigitte Bardot....


Last Meal: Matchett had a final meal request of four olives and a bottle of wild-berry flavored water.


what a weird last meal...... 4 olives?


and it says in Oklahoma they limit their last meals to 15 dollars.
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post #14 of 54
Most of them are Texans, I'm ashamed.
Did you notice all of those from Texas had mostly Tex-Mex?
I can't believe how much they can eat...
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post #15 of 54
maybe he wanted to go out in different ways ;....
on a light finish ..... as in a light meal haha
or maybe he wanted to go out stoned ..... as in stoned olives
hah
or or mabye he was going to store up the olive pits and spit them at the guards as they did the deed haha
sorry just me being silly
when life hands you lemons, make lemon gelee, lemon meringue pie, or any other dessert your heart desires

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when life hands you lemons, make lemon gelee, lemon meringue pie, or any other dessert your heart desires

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post #16 of 54
If it was possible, filet mignon, asparagus, a salad & a bottle of red wine
post #17 of 54
If you ask for the the 72oz steak from the Big Texan in Amarillo and eat the whole thing, do they let you keep the money?

BIG TEXAN STEAK RANCH - 72oz Steak LIVE
post #18 of 54
interesting, I haven't heard of that. There was a place in Austin where if you could eat a serrano chile, seeds and all, you could write your name on a wall and get a free margarita.


I wouldn't mind the steak, but it would upset my stomach pretty bad.
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post #19 of 54
Maybe it would be fact that you were going to die?

:lol::lol:
post #20 of 54
Oh yeah, that little tidbit. :lol:
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post #21 of 54
Serrano's aren't that hot, are you sure it wasn't a habanero?
post #22 of 54
YUP! The place was called Serrano's. My dad and aunt did it, and quite a few others. I know what a Habanero tastes like and it's worth a **** of a lot more than a free margarita and my name on a wall. I got 50 dollars for eating it and even that wasn't quite enough, those little buggers are HOT!
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post #23 of 54
$50, shoot, I've been eating those on dares.
post #24 of 54
There was a book that just came out called the last supper and it asked 50 of the top chefs what there last meal would be.

kinda shocking to see what alot of people put.
post #25 of 54
Last meal? Sheesh! Who would even be able to eat, much less have an appetite.

I guess a really good bread & a lot of GREAT red wine... maybe a dab of butter. :D
post #26 of 54
I'm assuming they don't do alcohol
post #27 of 54
Funny how I can't seem to come up with an answer to that question. Too many things I love and almost as many I hate, makes it hard to choose but I'm thinking my grandmother's pot stickers with a bowl of her plain congee with some good hot chili garlic sauce on the side. We'd all as a family have this for lunch at least once a month at my grandmother's place though she never really passed on how she did it all, especially her plain congee that was just, for a lack of a better word, perfect.
post #28 of 54
I'd ask my mum to make her sauerkraut with debricini sausages...the ultimate comfort food for me, which I think is what someone would need at that time. I'd be happy just with that.
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post #29 of 54
A 1782 lb. artichoke.
Maybe I could postpone the execution a day or so.
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post #30 of 54
Pot Roast w/ mashed potato and corn and gravy on all, with a nice buttery roll to whipe the plate with..
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