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#1 Posted on 17.10.05 1642.22
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I was going to ask about last meal, but this seems less macabre.

Filet Mignon & rack of lamb grilled medium rare (by me!), baked sweet potato, caesar salad, with hot apple pie topped with vanilla bean ice cream for dessert

Drinks: single malt scotch before dinner, a nice cab while dining, strong coffee during dessert

As far as company--my wife & kids, parents and my children's godparents (plus their kids).

Holy crap I'm hungry!!
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#2 Posted on 17.10.05 1737.52
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Chicken Tikka Masala. And a mango juice. Yaay!

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#3 Posted on 17.10.05 1841.01
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Ummmm...I'm not particular: I'd have to say a really good sized burger, fries, and a frosy mug of beer. Yeah, that'll do.

Extra pickles on that burger, thank you :-)
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#4 Posted on 17.10.05 2153.05
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My wife makes a beef strogonoff that is fantastic.
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#5 Posted on 18.10.05 0441.07
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Boiled hot dogs, baked beans, biscuits, pickles some Ben and Jerry's for desert.
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#6 Posted on 18.10.05 1052.46
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If I'm cooking at home, I'll take a 2 inch ribeye, rare, roasted herbed redskin potatoes, hominy, crusty bread with lots of real butter, and my wife's raspberry cheesecake. To drink, good old-fashioned sweet tea and coffee with the cheesecake.

If we're going out, sushi, sushi, and some more sushi with a side of sushi.

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#7 Posted on 18.10.05 1151.47
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When eating out, fresh broiled softshell crab. When cooking myself for the family, a medium rare KC strip, roast duck, or stuffed pork tenderloin with rasperry sauce.
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#8 Posted on 18.10.05 2203.57
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A big hearty STEAK Dinner with a side salad.
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#9 Posted on 18.10.05 2208.01
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A nice roast beef sandwich with steak fries or a good steak.
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#10 Posted on 18.10.05 2308.13
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Eating out, it's gotta be the blue cheese crusted filet mignon they serve at Bistro Zinc in Aventura Florida. I don't live there anymore, but that was the most delicious steak in the world. Eating in, I'll say stuffed peppers.
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#11 Posted on 18.10.05 2342.35
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I don't know what you'd call it, but my mom would make this enclosed pocket full of ground beef and italian sausage & cheese, and topped with marinara sauce..best dish I've ever eaten.

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#12 Posted on 19.10.05 0307.58
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Chicken Geraldo. It's chicken sauteed in an amaretto-sauce with almonds and peaches served over pasta. A glass of wine with it. Its dinner and dessert all in one.
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#13 Posted on 19.10.05 0901.34
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A big thick grilled steak, cooked a hell of a lot rarer than any restuarant will actually do it these days. You add a side of garlic mashed potatoes, still relatively lumpy and mashed with the skins on, served piping hot. Another side of applesauce, served just as hot. For desert, homemade apple pie - I think you can guess how hot I want it - with a scoop of Ben & Jerry's Vanilla ice cream quickly melting on top. And to drink, a Jack and Coke which is much more Jack than Coke.
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#14 Posted on 19.10.05 0920.22
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A good couscous terrine with lots of spicy stuff and tofu. A baguette with goat cheese and brie. A salad with goatcheese and vinegar and oil dressing. Chocolate crepes for desert.

To drink, a glass of champagne to start, some bordeaux with the meal, and a good glass of pruneaux with the desert.
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#15 Posted on 19.10.05 1157.45
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A Pizza Hut stuffed crust pizza with extra cheese and sausage on it.....and a chocolate shake for my drink.

I need nothing else.
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#16 Posted on 6.11.05 1715.45
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Eggplant parmigiana. Heavy on the mozzarella. In days past served with a bottle of vintage white wine; nowadays the beverage of choice would be Welch's White Grape Juice.
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#17 Posted on 6.11.05 1732.54
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Baked ziti or a plate of spaghetti with meat sauce.
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#18 Posted on 6.11.05 1849.56
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Rockhampton Rib-Eye, done medium rare, from The Outback. With mashed potatoes and fries.

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