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What would you choose for a last meal?

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    Posted: May/03/2006 at 10:10am
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote donp Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/03/2006 at 11:04am
my last meal would have to be orange glazed chicken from costco. i dont know what brand it is, but when my wife cooks it, i eat the whole box of it in one sitting. and its like 3 lbs.
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I'd probably go with surf and turf and a huge frozen margarita.
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A fourteen ounce Kobe beef T-Bone steak grilled to a perfect medium rare, smothered in sauteed foie gras and drizzled with black truffle bordelaise. Served with Idaho-Gold garlic mashed potatoes and baby green vegetables. Followed by coffee and a cigarette.

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I enjoyed that. I'm not one for romantic story either but it really flowed well - it was easy to relax and just let the scene unfold.
I'd have a massive plate of nachos, followed by my homemade macaroni-cheese bake and home cooked fries and garlic bread, with a side of mashed potatoes with spring onions, then carrot cake & a chocolate milkshake. Finished off with fresh brewed coffee and a full pack of Mayfair (cigarettes).

I've looked at that web site before - massive amounts of Dr Pepper being consumed - do you think theres a link......
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