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What Would Be Your Last Meal On Earth?

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    What Would Be Your Last Meal On Earth?

    Hopefully this is a long way off for everyone, but I’ve wondered about this before. With all the fantastic food out there, it’s a really tough decision. But for me, pretty simple. I’d stuff my gut like never before. I’d like to be able to cook it myself. Here’s what I’d have. A perfectly grilled medium rare 2” thick Porterhouse Steak with sautéed mushrooms and red onions, (or a Prime Ribeye....I’m fixing to die so not that picky) Along with that I’d want a steamed Maine Lobster tail with hot melted butter, Cajun fried Gulf Shrimp, cold boiled shrimp with my home made cocktail sauce and a huge fluffy baked potato with all the trimmings.....bacon, green onions, butter, cheese and sour cream. Then...I shall die a happy man.

    #2
    You're not dying. You just killed yourself!

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      You

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        #4
        That's a hard choice for me. It's said that you only live once. But really, you only die once. Regardless of what I chose, I wouldn't want to cook it myself, because I'm my own harshest critic and there would be no next time.

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        • Mr. Bones
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          I've lived thrice, so far...

          Don't believe everything ya hear, especial from th Interwebs, Brother...

        #5
        The problem with this question (and I've pondered it many times) is that regardless of life timer, I still have limited space in my gut. I suppose I'd just have a massive plate of sushi and sashimi, a few random cuts of perfectly cut and cooked steaks, an artichoke, an avocado, and some cheesecake... and just have a bite of each and who cares what you waste I guess.

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        • ecowper
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          At the last meal point, what does it matter what you waste ..... have all the things and take 1-2 bites of each :-)

        #6
        Excuse me ladies.

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        • ComfortablyNumb
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          Isn't this where HouseHomey would chime in with "I'd eat that!"?

        • HouseHomey
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          ComfortablyNumb twice on Sundays. Mr. Bones Lmao. A lucky rail indeed.

        • smokin fool
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          If that choice on the buffet table I'm in.

        #7
        i have no plans to go so last meal plans are not on my agenda. However, I miss IHOP.

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          #8
          I’ll have a 1000 year old egg, please. Starting with a nice fresh one, of course.

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          • RonB
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            Ya beat me to it...

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          Chicken fried steak, with mashed potatoes along with a bowl of gumbo, a cane sugar Dr Pepper to drink and a scoop of ice cream.

          It is probably a good thing I don’t live in Texas!

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            #10
            Easy. A grilled cheese sandwich and either a bowl of split pea soup, or a bowl of Senate Bean soup.

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            • Panhead John
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              Grilled cheese sandwich? What happened? They were out of bologna?

            • ecowper
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              A good grilled cheese sammich and some navy bean soup is a might fine meal.

            #11
            Prime rib with Yorkshire pudding and brown gravy with mashed potatoes. My favorite meal that my mom made.

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              #12
              Supper.

              I'll be double dog funked, an dipped in shite if I wanna go through th whole, arduous ordeal of wakin up, jus to die after breakfast!

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              #13
              The sad reality is probably a whole box of ham and cheese hot pockets. That or any of the wide array of bad for you premade food that i try not to eat, lol.

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              • Panhead John
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                Hot Pockets? That’s the most God awful crap there is in a frozen box. I know you can do bettern that man. 😂

              • grantgallagher
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                Gimme a break man, lol. I go out of the way to eat well and cook good stuff for the fams. If im going out its gonna be something i dont get to eat, lol.

              • Mr. Bones
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                We all have our Cravins, reckon I'd havedta posit...

                Talk me down, outta th trees....:

              #14
              Too damn many choices in a long lived life.................I'll let ya know when the day comes.

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                #15
                Prime ribeye on the bone cooked over a wood fire to to medium-rare, lobster tail with a kiss of smoke, hash browns cooked in cast iron, sautéed Brussels sprouts with bacon and onions. For an appetizer, I want pork belly burnt ends, teriyaki sirloin tips, and calamari. Let’s not forget the fresh, warm sourdough bread and butter. Also, how about a cup of clam chowder and a tomato and mozzarella salad. I’ll start off with a martini, followed by Sauvignon Blanc from New Zealand, then a great red wine from Bordeaux. With dessert, I’ll have an espresso. After dessert, a Lagavulin 16 single malt

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                • Mr. Bones
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                  Peas an carrots, My Brother!!!

                  Leastwise, 'til I croak, or summat!

                  I had me some them 'pork patty' days, my danged self
                  Last edited by Mr. Bones; April 25, 2021, 09:20 PM.

                • ecowper
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                  Mr. Bones every day I wake up and it ain’t a dirt nap is a good day

                • Mr. Bones
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                  Eric, right there with ya on th daily dirt nap status check, Brother!

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