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post #31 of 54
Not that's it the best food, but Olive Garden's "Never Ending Soup and Salad". Depends upon how long you can make Never Ending last.:crazy:
post #32 of 54
well GRK, what's yours?

Spaghetti Bolognese, Caesar Salad, Garlic Bread on sourdough, a bowl of fresh blueberries with strawberries and those really fat medjool dates, cheese cake  with cherry topping all over it and a cup of great quality hot tea.
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post #33 of 54
i would have one of my moms dishes that i ate growing up - probably meatloaf or jambalaya. that might make it even more sad but one last taste of family, i guess. =(

post #34 of 54
Curry Chicken Roti from Island Foods...  that stuff is totally amazing!
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post #35 of 54
A big dish of Cat Cora's delicious vanilla ice cream made with finely ground black pepper that I had when she was cooking at Bistro Don Giovanni in St. Helena.  That,  along side an equally large dish of outrageously rich dark chocolate ice cream with very high quality, thick chocolate shavings running through it, and I'd die a happy man.
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post #36 of 54
A plate of Prince Edward Island Malpeque Oysters on the half shell, a prime grilled Delmonico steak with Balsamic onions, Asparagus with Hollandaise Sauce and even though I’m not a desert person, a huge cake with a steel file in it!
post #37 of 54
as a last meal i would ask for the Heart of the judge who placed the death row sentence braised and served with mash potatoes, vegetables and gravy  


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post #38 of 54
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Originally Posted by Gummy-Bear View Post

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...

Thanks for reviving this thread Chef.ESG.73 (is there something ewasier to call you by?  )

Gummy - am gonna be crass here and guess at the reason for eating so much for the final meal.  (Apart from not having to worry about your Atkins diet anymore  )

Once you bite the bullet - your body, lets say, has no control over any bodily function.

A joke on the executioner and the others left to clean up.  Ewwwww .....

As had been mentioned, different budgets at different places - it shows by their choices I reckon
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post #39 of 54
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and it says in Oklahoma they limit their last meals to 15 dollars.

Well at least if it was all ones it would take a bit longer to eat, postponing the finale.

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post #40 of 54
Roast Dodo. I can wait while they find one... Failing that, a very hot chilli with eggs, I want it to be messy.
post #41 of 54
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Originally Posted by abefroman View Post

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.

 

Good point. That would change my answer. It would then probably be a large pizza with triple pepperoni, double cheese and a large Pepsi. For dessert a hot fudge Sundae and my condolences to whomever has to clean up afterwards!
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My latest musical venture!
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post #42 of 54
Baked beans, Chili, Stuffed cabbage, asparagus, broccoli, sauteed cabbage and egg noodles, bean soup, cauliflower, brussel sprouts...Any food that will make the  killing room, smell like heck the next day. I figure if I eat all that, the gas will linger for days..... Just my way of saying goodbye ..........................ChefBill
post #43 of 54
As funny and satisfying as it would be to turn the lethal injection room into a gas chamber, I don't know if I could do it.  I'd feel guilty in the last moments.

If it's delivery only, I would request a menu from a sushi place so I could make my selections, being mindful of the wording of my initial request so I don't end up with a bland, high fiber last meal.

And, if they refused to allow me beer then I would refuse to die.  Fair is fair, after all.
Edited by Charron - 3/10/10 at 11:30am
post #44 of 54
Traditional German Sauerbrotten, since it need to marinate for 5-7 days. 
"J'aime cuisiner avec du vin, j'ai parfois même mettre dans les aliments je suis cuisson. ""Mi piace cucinare con il vino, talvolta ho persino messa nel cibo sto cottura. ""I enjoy cooking with wine, sometimes I even put it in the food I'm cooking." - Julia Child 
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"J'aime cuisiner avec du vin, j'ai parfois même mettre dans les aliments je suis cuisson. ""Mi piace cucinare con il vino, talvolta ho persino messa nel cibo sto cottura. ""I enjoy cooking with wine, sometimes I even put it in the food I'm cooking." - Julia Child 
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post #46 of 54
I don't think I would want to order anything. I probably wouldn't be hungry and I'd be concerned about "digestion"  post mortem
post #47 of 54
Thai...First Id want Tom yum soup with fresh Thai basil and coriander on the side then Chicken satay n peanut sauce, Id b full by then but id keep going.

Then id order huge prawns griddled with garlic and heavy on the spices. Shell on and i'd suck the goodness out of the heads with gay abandon,as i wouldnt be caring wot folk thought of me...Unlike when i'm in a restaurant. (It's hard to be discreet while you're trying to get the goodies out of your shellfish.)

  To accompany, I'd have a green papaya salad and a couple of Singa beers

BTW,  if the execution is more than an hour away, I may need  a bowl of plain noodles, or sticky rice to keep me giong
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post #48 of 54
I'll take a dozen hot wings, few slices of pizza and a cold beer.
post #49 of 54
A big bowl of spaghetti, crusty bread with olive oil and parmesan, and a bottle of Montepulciano D Abruzzo wine.
post #50 of 54
Pretty grotesque question. 

But i would have:
Bagels with cream cheese, English Muffins (Thomas only) with butter and strawberry jam.  Scones with real clotted cream. Good American Coffee with lots of milk.   All the things i can never find here.  The foods that mean comfort. 
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"Siduri said, 'Gilgamesh, where are you roaming? You will never find the eternal life that you seek...Savour your food, make each of your days a delight, ... let music and dancing fill your house, love the child who holds you by the hand and give your wife pleasure in your embrace.'"
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post #51 of 54
mine would have to be lamb kebobs, ground kebabs with fresh flat bread with a sald, fresh layered samosa with a nice soup maybe borscht and a juice or kampote as the russians call it.
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post #52 of 54
Seafood Risotto  and a glass or two of Chianti Classico....and a slice of  chocolate torte royale.....

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post #53 of 54
I love food too much ...I wouldn't be able to decide .....I would indulge in Guiness as many pints as I could manage until they carried me to the alter of death which at that point I would find quite amusing as I would not be sober
I would definatly not be able to eat...... food is too joyfull for me
If they didn't grant me my own personal Guiness keg I would donate my last meal to the homeless guy hanging around the ouside of the jail.....probably make it worth his while and get him chateaubriand topped with foi gras,a Bay of Fundy Boilled Lobster with clarified butter, a french crusty  baguette .creamery butter, dauphinois potatoes ,asparagus with bernaise and a bottle of chateauneuf-du-Pape
French Vanilla Bean Ice-cream, a Cappacino with shaved German choclate and biscotti and a box of choclate truffles to go
come on it's going to a good cause!
I'd rather go on an empty stomach
we come into this world hungry and so we should leave as so
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post #54 of 54
You guys know that prisoners can request anything for their last meal right?  Right.  Anything they want from the prison cafeteria!
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