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post #31 of 46
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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim
Ha! I can just see you asking for shabu shabu on death row.
I bet they screw up the beef...

I would say three large cold water lobster tails, a 72 oz medium rare flash broiled porterhouse with salt, pepper, and butter, Spaghetti with browned butter and mizithra cheese, two pounds of crisp thick cut smoked bacon, a 25 piece shrimp cocktail with cocktail sauce and fresh lemon slices, a dozen warm Krispy Kreme original, a pound of smoked gouda, one 14" pepperoni and black olive pizza on hand-tossed crust, A pound of raw cookie dough, a pack of Camel Turkish Gold cigarettes, and ten double size Rockstar energy drinks.

I'd never make it to the gas chamber...



Are we sure about the booze? I'd need a crisp salad, ice cream and a cigar sprinkled in there somewhere too, but that's almost unsurpassable as an epic gastronomic footnote.
post #32 of 46
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Originally Posted by sybaritical
Are we sure about the booze? I'd need a crisp salad, ice cream and a cigar sprinkled in there somewhere too, but that's almost unsurpassable as an epic gastronomic footnote.

I'd probably be able to eat it all in a few hours. Thats the sad part. Oh and salads are for women and rabbits. YOU ARE ABOUT TO DIE - WHY EAT SALAD!?!?!?!
post #33 of 46
^ Haha. I personally just needed something to offset the grease and richness, but salad doesn't necessarily deserve a bad rep - think asian salad - most of them turn up hot, sour and sweet and are invariably meat harvests of some description with not a lettuce leaf in sight. Water chesnuts maybe, but none of your soggy western iceberg crap. Prawn, pork and crab Thai salad with water chesnuts has got to be up there as a taste sensation. I imagine you have but try one on if you haven't already.
post #34 of 46
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Originally Posted by Stax
white toast (dry), four whole chickens and a coke
post #35 of 46
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Originally Posted by Stax
white toast (dry), four whole chickens and a coke
post #36 of 46
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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim
I'd probably be able to eat it all in a few hours. Thats the sad part. Oh and salads are for women and rabbits. YOU ARE ABOUT TO DIE - WHY EAT SALAD!?!?!?!
Lettuce is for farmer.
post #37 of 46
McDonald's breakfast burrito * 2
post #38 of 46
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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim
I'd probably be able to eat it all in a few hours. Thats the sad part. Oh and salads are for women and rabbits. YOU ARE ABOUT TO DIE - WHY EAT SALAD!?!?!?!

Ok, well maybe a caesar salad with shrimp and avocado, and peccorino instead of parmesan.

Then again, just chow a fresh, live bird -- everything but the intestines and the feet -- and you'll get an express ticket to cat heaven.
post #39 of 46
A delicious Lindt white chocolate with coconut.

(I was really starving. And it was too late to cook anyway. )
post #40 of 46
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Originally Posted by Mr. Checks
McDonald's breakfast burrito * 2

For the record, I didn't post this. Weird.
post #41 of 46
Not sure how hungry I'd be, but Shrimp de Jonghe has always been my favorite entree. Louix XVI ate sixteen pork chops, before 'heading' to the National Razor.
post #42 of 46
I'd choose from:

A tostada from Ortegas.
My dad's spaghetti.
A steak.

For desert: Basic but good.
strawberries, pound cake and whipped cream
a banana shake
A cocolate Moon Pie
Ice cream sandwich

to drink:
Ice cold Lemon /lime Perrier

Maybe a good latte /cappuccino to finish it off
post #43 of 46
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Originally Posted by matadorpoeta
if you were on death row, about to be executed, what would you want as your last meal? i would ask for authentic memphis barbecue, because i've never had it.
I'd request to go to a 24/7 Buffet with a bathroom. Failing that; Nice big perfectly prepared veal in a wonderful mushroom and wine sauce, thinly sliced onion rings and escargot. Odd selection I know, but I've had it before and damn it was good. Also included would be some pot stickers, wonton, a good portobello pasta and complimenting wine. To finish it off, a bottle of Louis the XIII, A glass and the time to finish it.
post #44 of 46
first thing that came to mind. steak and lobster like i had that night with my a friend of mine at the Rosewood Grille in Las Vegas.

-Jeff
post #45 of 46
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Originally Posted by RJman
One fellow asked for SpaghettiOs as part of his last meal. They served him spaghetti. His last words were to the effect of, "I want everyone to know. I ordered SpaghettiOs, not spaghetti, and they gave me spaghetti."
When I first read this I was amused. Felt like this doomed man was not reaching very high. Then as I pondered his request I thought this meal represented comfort food from his youth. Then I thought of Charles Kane.

Kane's last word "Rosebud"

This guy "Spaghetti-Os"

Same story...different movie.
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