The Last Supper

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  1. Abstract macrumors Penryn

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    If you were going to die tomorrow, what would you want to eat during your last dinner meal? You can have any sort of food, and it would all taste good. There is no limit to the number of main dishes, soups, or appetizers you could have. :) If you have something in mind, and you want to be specific and pick a particular brand of that product (eg: Ben and Jerry's triple chocolate ice cream, and no other brand), then do so.
     
  2. katie ta achoo macrumors G3

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    tofu sandwiches.


    Vegetarian chicken stuff
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    about 20 of these eggrolls
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    There's much more, but now I'm drooling.
     
  3. 2nyRiggz macrumors 603

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    Pasta....red wine...donuts, danish, chocolate chip cookies, brownies, chesse n sour cream chips....yup its like that.


    Bless
     
  4. dmw007 macrumors G4

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    Not sure exactly what I would eat (or would not eat if it was my last meal). I think that I would just start with foods that being with the letter "A" and work my way through "Z". ;) :)
     
  5. jsw Moderator emeritus

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    Perhaps if we were to replace "die" with "go on a long-term diet" it'd be easier to answer.

    If I were going to die tomorrow I doubt I'd care what I ate tonight (unless one interpreted the question in a different way).

    Long term diet starting tomorrow? Then the dinner'd have to include (in theory... no way I could eat all of this):

    • Deep fried pork tenderloin sandwich (pork tenderloin, pounded to a very flat, round disk about 8" in diameter, breaded, deep-fried, served on a bun with mustard and pickles).
    • Filet mignon of the highest quality, well aged, with some seasoning, nothing too strong.
    • Fresh glazed donuts. Preferably forwarded in time from Charlie's Donuts in Keokuk, Iowa, which shut down years ago when Charlie retired but which produced donuts so fine that, even though I ate my last one some 25 years ago, I can still remember the taste, which is in fact causing me to salivate right now. Damn, those were some good donuts.
    • Papa Del's deep-dish pizza (sausage) or Garcia's (The Flying Tomato Brothers) deep-dish cheese, sausage, spinach, and mushroom. Both from circa 1985, again forwarded in time, because now Del's sucks (relative to before) and Garcia's is either gone or should be after they changed their recipe in the late 1980's. Same goes for Monical's pizza - once good, now average at best.
    • Some good truffle dish. Always wanted to try them, never have.
    • Pumpkin pie, cold, with Cool Whip.
    • Runzas (link is similar to but not exactly how my grandmother - and now my mom - made them).
    • Ribs from the Montgomery Inn in Cincinnati. The only ribs I've ever liked, and those I loved!

    Other items to be added later if I get hungry enough to remember them.
     
  6. 2nyRiggz macrumors 603

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    By the time we finsih eating all of this food we might just fall out from a clogged heart and it WILL be the last meal.


    Bless
     
  7. katie ta achoo macrumors G3

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    Oh, but I'd die a happy girl.

    *eyes grow wide at the mention of pumpkin pie in JSW's post* :p :p
     
  8. jsw Moderator emeritus

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    Were I to have but one thing on my list - and assume I can't get items from the past - that's what I'd have. ;)
     
  9. devilot Moderator emeritus

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    • Tons of my mommy's dishes, soups, and stews.
    • Medium rare prime rib.
    • Häagen dazs coffee ice cream, german chocolate, strawberry, and their vanilla ice cream wrapped in raspberry sorbet 'popsicle.'
    • Pearl milk tea AKA boba AKA bubble tea.
    • Fresh fruit salad: pineapple, green apples, grapes, watermelon, cantaloupe, honey dew, oranges, strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries.
    • A nice bowl of pho w/ steak and flank, pre-steamed sprouts, lime instead of cheapo lemon wedges, sirachi hot sauce.
    • Peet's small white mocha, no whip, 1/2 caffe, non-fat, made by my favorite 'barista' Cindy.
    • Peet's iced summer house black tea.
    • Rosie McCaan's appletini made by Mr. __________ (I dunno his name).
    • Korean bbq; kalbi-- short ribs, w/ all the fixings! Pickled cucumbers, pickled radishes, small sprouts and big ones, simple soup in an all metal bowl :p etc.

    This isn't going to work, Abstract. My list is nowhere near complete but I'd already have puked after eating what I have listed. :eek:
     
  10. dmw007 macrumors G4

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    My thoughts exactly. :)
     
  11. Plymouthbreezer macrumors 601

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    Flan.

    The good stuff from a local place around here - most amazing thing you'll eat in the world. I could eat about 4 easy before I started to feel it.
     
  12. Sharewaredemon macrumors 68000

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    Post of the day.

    Really that was the most fitting first reply.

    Thank you.
     
  13. SamIchi macrumors 68030

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    You welcome bud, I'm glad I made someone happy today.
     
  14. Abstract thread starter macrumors Penryn

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    I'd like 2 soups: Clam Chowder and Lobster Bisque.

    No salad......I'm not wasting stomach real estate on that. :D

    And I know it seems like a big list, but I'd eat everything in moderation.....a little of this, a bit of that. ;)

    Things to munch on:
    -BBQ spare ribs
    -egg rolls
    -kimchi
    -Krispy Kreme original doughnuts :)
    -Calamari rings
    - Dim sum
    -Bruschetta
    -Sashimi with lots of wasabi
    - Some Chicken McNuggets with sweet and sour sauce.

    For my main(s):
    - A nice, medium rare, aged steak.
    - Vietnamese noodles in soup, and like Devilot, also with Sirachi hot sauce!
    - Gourmet stone-oven pizza
    - A deep-pan pizza from Pizza Hut
    - Beef......Korean BBQ style
    - Biebimbap (spelling? It's Korean)
    - Penang curry (duck) or Green curry (chicken)
    - Shanghai noodles
    - Butter Chicken and some Aloo......somethingorother (forgot the name :( )
    - A doner kebab. :eek:

    Dessert:
    - Chocolate ice cream x 10000
    - A nice fruit salad, plus some creme
    - Green Tea Creme Brulee
    - A nice apple pie with lots of cinamon
     
  15. iRachel macrumors 6502a

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    A slab of baby-back ribs, a deep dish pizza, and my mom's cheesecake - the whole thing.
     
  16. xsedrinam macrumors 601

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    I would fast. Whether it be an unexpected accident or an execution by whatever lethal means, the amount of crap left in the pants would be significantly less.
     
  17. DCapple macrumors regular

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    hmmm this thread is making me so hungry....:p

    appetizer:
    friday's grilled chicken ceazar salad

    main dish:
    well done steak (angus beef )

    dessert:
    brownies ala mode

    with white wine...:D :D
     
  18. devilot Moderator emeritus

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    Who cares?! You're not the one cleaning up. :p
     
  19. Deepdale macrumors 68000

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    Please ask Mommy if there's room for one more guest at that dinner table.

    katie ta achoo: Thanks for sharing those sumptuous pics which caused my lusting tongue to hang down to the floor.

    Party pooper (or NOT!) With death looming, let 'er rip. :)
     
  20. mad jew Moderator emeritus

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    Before or after your quick jaunt across the nearest body of water? :p
     
  21. greatdevourer macrumors 68000

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    But not from The Cup, I presume ;)
    expects no-one to understand >_<
     
  22. 2nyRiggz macrumors 603

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    Ewwww....fast...man you will be fasting alright so why not pig out and leave a gift to whoever push the button:p


    Bless
     
  23. iSaint macrumors 603

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    If I were able to do that, I'd be giving everyone else the bread and wine! Maybe I'd change it to crawfish and beer, so then The Church of Nick would experience incredible growth...as well as the beer and crawfish market.

    It depends on which denomination...they all think they have The Cup in Their Possession.
     

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