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    Your Last Meal

    I saw this site, which is pretty cool, about death row inmates' last meals.... http://www.lastmealsproject.com/

    What would you last meal be? I'm still thinking about mine.
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    Easy...

    from Sparks in NYC

    Bufala Mozzarella with Tomatoes
    Prime Sirloin Steak with a glass of Pinot noir
    NY Cheesecake

    from 9th St Espresso

    a Breve Espresso


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    ...although a home cooked meal from Mom would also be sufficient, it would be bitter sweet given the situation
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    Honestly, I never thought about it.
    However, not sure I could decide if I would eat something I know I would enjoy -OR-
    Something I know would not sit well with me, so when the pulled the switch I'd at least have the satisfaction of leaving them with one hell of a mess to clean up.

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    Who can eat food when they know they're going to die? A bottle of Johnny Walker Blue Label and a pack of Marlboros for me

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    I think I'd want one of those all-you-can-eat buffet deals. I'd keep eating until they forgot about me, or I passed out from all the food...

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    Quote Originally Posted by moose135 View Post
    I think I'd want one of those all-you-can-eat buffet deals. I'd keep eating until they forgot about me, or I passed out from all the food...
    Make it a Chinese Buffet & I'm all with you!

    3 lbs of boneless spare ribs please...
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    central texan bbq from castroville, CA
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    100 oysters and a bottle of Chardonnay for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cancidas View Post
    central texan bbq from castroville, CA
    Henry's Hi-Life by the airport in San Jose, wow, what a set of ribs!

    http://www.henryshilife.com/
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    Ice Cream, ice cream, ice cream ... death by indulgence before they hit the switch

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    Something greasy so that whatever I had for the proceeding meal crapss all over the place and makes a mess for them to clean up when I die.
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    first thoughts include a 112 oz wagyu sirloin and a stunning woman.
    And I, I took the path less traveled by
    and that has made all the difference......yet...
    I have a feeling a handle of people are going to be very interested in what I post in the near future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil D. View Post
    What would you last meal be? I'm still thinking about mine.
    I just hope it's not an airline crew meal!

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    I've actually had some amazing crew meals over the years. The best from Colorado Springs' JetCenter caterers.
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    Chicken parmigiana over linguini from Vincent's Clam Bar with a couple of pitchers of sangria. For dessert, creme brle and a nice mango flavored cigar.
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