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Old 08-11-2020, 09:47 AM
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If you could pick anything you wanted for a last meal, cost no object, knowing you would never eat another meal again, what would it be. My co-worker says a really good pizza. Although I appreciate a really good pizza, I'm not sure that is a well considered choice.

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Ribeye medium rare and pound of buttery linguine to help soak up the steak juices.
2 baked stuff shrimp and sea scallops
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How quick after said meal do you croak? And are their any activity restrictions during that time? Some things are better enjoyed when you aren't miserably full.
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Scallops/shrimp/lobster. They would kill me quickly.
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Death row meal, NY Pizza
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funny .. we discuss this from time to time.... and mine is just plain stupid - but since I was a kid my favorite meal has always been "tuna on a bagel with a good deli pickel , well done fries and coke" ...guess thats from eating deli in NYC as a kid ...

But realistically last meal would be an amazing Napolitano pizza with a big plate linguine vongole and a nice bottle of Barolo
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Smoked Turkey Sandwich with FF from Sam Jones barbecue in Greenville, NC.
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chicken parm, light on the sauce, extra cheese
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Tough one. havent had good meatballs, some italian sausage and fresh pasta topped with a fresh basil and tomato sauce and freshly grated pecorino Romano cheese. A classic Caesar on the side with home made Caesar dressing and plenty of anchovies.
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You wouldn’t know her.....

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4 Dozen steamed clams, and some chicken wings (with cold beer)! Then, Salma Hayek for dessert.
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Originally Posted by dolfan1 View Post
4 Dozen steamed clams, and some chicken wings (with cold beer)! Then, Salma Hayek for dessert.
young Salma from. Desperado
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STONE CRABS, accompanied by.....more stone crabs.
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A peach...
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Wow, this is surprising... Didn't realize there was that much love for Pizza/Italian food and sandwiches out there.

I guess the rules for this game will be you live for one hour after eating your last bite. No activity restrictions.

I think mine would be a coconut shrimp and fried calamari appetizer. A soup made with some fresh vegetables homemade air dried egg noodles and salt cured country ham. Main course would be a 24OZ prime porterhouse, seared and wood grilled to medium rare, new potatoes with fresh churned butter and salt, 2 ears of supersweet corb on the cob straight from the garden and grilled in the husk to a perfect steamy golden brown, Fresh garden baby peas, with steamed carrots. This would be followed by a baked granola apple crisp with brown sugar and cinnamon. Then a bowl of fresh made, hand churned vanilla ice cream topped with ENC jumbo peanuts dark chocolate morsels and crumbled pretzels. All the ice cold Pepsi I can drink to wash it all down.

On the simpler side, a really good wood grilled burger with bacon, cheese, bbq sauce and a plate of steak fries with a 6 pack of ice cold 16oz glass bottled Pepsi and an Ice cream Sunday.

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Snake River tomahawk, crab/lobster mixed in with sautéed onions, chocolate frosted brownie, and a great Sangiovese.
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I wanna double yolked egg from a pidgeon with fried bat wings over easy
The left hind leg of a black giraffe cooked medium rare, not too greasy
Smoked rhinoceros, pickled ant-eaters a plate of elephant stew
One mandrake root and a rabbit's tung and a jaw of kangaroo
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Something all you can eat.........
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Originally Posted by Lorne Greene View Post
I wanna double yolked egg from a pidgeon with fried bat wings over easy
The left hind leg of a black giraffe cooked medium rare, not too greasy
Smoked rhinoceros, pickled ant-eaters a plate of elephant stew
One mandrake root and a rabbit's tung and a jaw of kangaroo

Isn't that supposed to be an albino pigeon?

Nicely played.
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2 dozen 1.5# Maine lobsters with a good quart of melted butter

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