If you were to be executed, what would you choose for your last meal? (1 Viewer)

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This is a great thread...I'm waiting on someone to be like "some dumpstered steak and lobster"...

I'd have to go with a Porterhouse rare. Shrimp scampi. Garlic mashed potatoes, an entire greek feast: Gyro, spanakopita, bacon green beans covered in babaganoush, and a shit load of garlic-cheese Naan.
 

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deep dish basil pesto and lamb pizza baked in a cast iron with ganja butter
 

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I really like chicken and gravy with mashed potatoes. Dragon fruit with it! Oh, plus a fried tarantula, because I have always been very curious about what a spider would taste like and I would prefer not to die unknowing.
 

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Mmmm, a veggie packed mediterranean pasta with loads of tasty sauce, and a real nice garlic bread, a selection of nice cheeses, and looooads of wine! Then a big plate of lots of different fruit!
 
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Extra spicey pad thai, peppered venison jerky, some nashville hot fried chicken since if I'm going out I might as well shit myself one last time for old times sake. But realistically ide prolly just ask for a grilled cheese with fontina and smoked provolone and a big bowl of chowder, but not that red garbage it's gotta be white. Maybe a Nathan's hot dog too.
 

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Damn son! A deer, chicken, pig and a bunch of clams gettin murked to satisfy your belly on execution day, cow had to cough up some cheese first before climbing into the meat grinder with the pig. Maybe we could kill a panda too? You ain't leavin anything alive, haha.
 

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Chile rellano burrito from one of those divey Mexican places back home and creme brulle for dessert. Comfort food all the way
 

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Nice thread!

I cheffed through my 20's and this question came up a lot. I was always astounded how so many top end chefs had the same answer; really good butter/olive oil, s&p, and really good bread. So simple.

For me;
A caprese salad.
Some sorta pasta stuffed w lots of ricotta and mozz, plenty of asiago snowflaked on top, bread and wine.
Canoli and good coffee
 

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Damn son! A deer, chicken, pig and a bunch of clams gettin murked to satisfy your belly on execution day, cow had to cough up some cheese first before climbing into the meat grinder with the pig. Maybe we could kill a panda too? You ain't leavin anything alive, haha.
Fuck it yea throw in that panda too! but before I wanna go for a few rounds bare knuckle boxing so it's nice and tender.
 

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Cheesy bean n rice burrito w/no cheese (before they took the cilantro out) from taco bell, and my husband's tofu pad thai and spring rolls
 

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A half-dozen Al Pastor corn quesadillas from Tacos Moreno in Santa Cruz and a couple beers. A skillet of fresh, carmelized Brussels sprouts.

For desert: My wifes’ skillet apple pie made in a 50 year-old Griswold skillet, some chocolate lava cake, Haggen Dazs Vanilla Bean ice cream, and plenty of Philz Tantalizing Turkish coffee ( medium-medium, skip the mint !). Decaf- booo!

If I can’t get this in heaven, I’d like to delay the trip.
 
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A crave case from White Castle, a Supreme Taco Party Pack from Taco Bell, a sandwich from both Sheetz AND Wawa, and my dominican friend would cook me a side of beans & rice large enough to hide this Ka-Bar tactical spork so I could go out stabbing whatever the reason this is my last meal.


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An entire European Bison, (Sans the Tounge... that will be saved for tacos)... Roasted over an open fire on the grasslands, rotating on a cast iron spit.

Mashed potatoes with cream, dill and butter...

Carrots and Peas in this butter flour like sauce... I dunno never got it right like ma... and some roasted Beets and Brussel Sprouts and Garlic.

Two dozen Casks of Fine Ale, Stout and Peated Scotch from the Inner Hebrides.

Pots of Menudo, Flaczki, and the hottest Chili known to man.

Hash Brownies... Key Lime Pie... Cheesecake... and a God Damned Twinkie like they used to make em...

A bathtub of Neapolitan Ice cream... or Gellato... or both... whatever...

And a Handful of those chocolate mints you get on fancy pillows.

Oh and if they don't kill me on the first try. A dozen burgers from In and Out... at least if they are still as good as I remember them 15 sumthing years ago... if not then I'll demand the executioners legs for ground chuck.

Hahah...

::cigar::
 

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