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Old 09-11-2007, 03:56 AM   #16
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Little bits of potato fried till golden brown and crispy w/ onions fried with them to black, HUGE dose of Tabasco on top with a dash of salt.

And a can of Pepsi.


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supreme kick arse nacho's with hot fudge sunday and some serious wine to follow up with belgian chocolates.

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Old 09-11-2007, 05:56 AM   #18
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Re: Re: Last Meal: I need to know, interference..

Originally posted by blueeyedgirl

Just why, exactly????

Me, Indian banquet, or all-you-can-eat buffet That could go for days......
What do you mean why? It's a perfectly natural question to be bugged over! I got the idea in my head, mind you, it was while we were having a family pig out at Silver Spur, and the idea hasn't left me! I don't think I can rest easy until I know what the ultimate last meal is. Seriously, I'm anguished! Do I go a borderline spicy Mongolian lamb? The old favourite beef and blackbean? A mouth watering korma? Chicken Tikka. A roast chicken and roast veg dinner? And don't even start me on the seafood options. I'd feel like I haven't completed my life if I don't get in at least one more fish before I die.

Dammit, BEG, it's a conundrum!
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Old 09-11-2007, 06:00 AM   #19
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OK. I didn't think of lamb. Now you've messed with my meal choice. And a banana split wouldn't go really well with lamb. I don't think the baked potato would work really well then. The salad and Bordeaux would get to stay.
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Old 09-11-2007, 06:02 AM   #20
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Originally posted by mysterious_jen
supreme kick arse nacho's with hot fudge sunday and some serious wine to follow up with belgian chocolates.
With all that they'd probably fall asleep after a while, you could escape the Sleepy Hollow and come down to Wezza

Or maybe you'd rather stay in Geelong...
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Old 09-11-2007, 09:40 AM   #21
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Surf and turf (from Peter Lugers) as an appetizer. A ceasar salad. Two McDonald's cheeseburgers w/ fries. A whopper jr and a whopper and then I'd make a run on the Taco Bell menu before getting some good pizza. I'd then send someone to Checkers. Then i'd feast on a homemade lasagne and I'd get an Italian Hero. Dessert would be pecan pie, ice cream with cookie dough and a german chocolate cake along with some entenmanns cookies and something from dunkin donuts. I'd drink guinness with the meal and a really good coffee for dessert, probably some port wine as well.

Now I'm starving. Thanks Angela!
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One large chocolate cake. Topped with caramel, chocolate, and peanut butter. I'd want it to be as obscenely sweet as possible.
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A huge Italian meal with all the works, with the best merlot, then top it all off with cannoli.
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South Indian-style seafood curry, the 'red' kind with lots of tamarind, curry leaves and chiles, served with aappam, which are pancake-like ricebreads with a lacy, crispy outside and a moist, chewy inside. A medium-bodied German Riesling or Alsatian Gewurztraminer. And for dessert, cendol, which is a very sensuous-textured Indonesian dessert made with thick coconut milk, palm sugar, and cendol, which are somewhat like giant tapioca beads.
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Old 09-11-2007, 12:45 PM   #27
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Steak with shrimp and lobster tail with melted butter

To end it all lots of mint chocolate chip ice cream with whipped cream,chocolate syrup,nuts,and cherries on top

Mmmmmm lots of sugary goodness!
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Old 09-11-2007, 01:17 PM   #28
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Pasta dish with lobster or mushrooms. Slathered in oil.
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Coconut fried shrimp, medium-rare steak, spinach salad with ranch dressing on the side, baked potato with butter, hot fudge sundae, iced tea, a can of Diet Rite soda, one of those big macadamia nut cookies from Disney World, and maybe some strong drink to put me out!!
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Old 09-11-2007, 02:44 PM   #30
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Can I pretend it's a last meal before a dangerous mission to Mars? Death row would be so sad.

I'd go for a medium-cooked steak, a giant baked potato, and a glass of red wine from the year I was born.

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