What would you choose as your last meal?

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shadowdweller
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If you could choose what your last meal on earth would be, what would you choose, and why? You can choose 3 courses and a drink, so go wild :mmm:
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Starter: Garlic mushrooms
Main: Sunday Roast/Christmas dinner - chicken, roast potatoes, yorkshire puddings, stuffing, pigs in blankets, cauliflower cheese, peas, sweetcorn etc.
Dessert: Chocolate pudding with loads of custard

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Ooh and a drink - sex on the beach cocktail :love:
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(Original post by BurstingBubbles)
Starter: Garlic mushroom
Main: Sunday Roast
Dessert: Chocolate pudding with loads of custard

:drool:
garlic mushrooms yes pls!

main: chips and curry sauce

dessert: my best friends rocky road

drink: lemonade

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Chips and cheese from the chippy and a triple JD and cola to drink

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Starter: cream of tomato soup
Main: Double Pepperoni Pizza with garlic bread
Desert: a chocolate brownie
with a fortune cookie
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Starter: soup of lentils and vegetables with garlic bread
Main : gigantic pizza with lots of sweet corn and other stuff , coming with a big double burger with cheesy chips and with my moms African rice
Desert: egg free chocolate cake with Oreos , around scoops of ice cream , with lots of twirl chocolates scattered around .
Drink: Oasis (cheap af)

This meal might clog my arteries marvellously in about 2 seconds but YOLO last meals got to be lit
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(Original post by cupcakes87)
garlic mushrooms yes pls!

main: chips and curry sauce

dessert: my best friends rocky road

drink: lemonade

I very much approve of this, chips and curry sauce is delicious :love:
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Starter: Gambas all Ajillo- prawns fried with garlic, paprika, chili and sherry vinegar- with a ton of crusty bread.
Main: Ribeye steak, cooked sous vide then seared in butter and garlic. Served with whatever recipe for chips I'm obsessing over at the time, onion rings, a bulb of roasted garlic and bernaise sauce.
Dessert: Creme brulee
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(Original post by Gofre)
Starter: Gambas all Ajillo- prawns fried with garlic, paprika, chili and sherry vinegar- with a ton of crusty bread.
Main: Ribeye steak, cooked sous vide then seared in butter and garlic. Served with whatever recipe for chips I'm obsessing over at the time, onion rings, a bulb of roasted garlic and bernaise sauce.
Dessert: Creme brulee
Very elaborate! Though fitting, given the title
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In all honestly I'd say doritos
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Main meal: McDonalds Wrap of the Day with Medium Fries
Dessert: McDonalds Apple pie
Drink: Tropicana Orange Juice
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(Original post by shadowdweller)
Very elaborate! Though fitting, given the title
There's nothing particularly elaborate about it :yep:

*The starter's essentially garlic fried prawns with some additional ingredients added in.
*The main is relatively conventional steak and chips besides being cooked sous vide, and almost anyone can do that now- you can pick up a sous vide machine for as little as the price of a basic Kenwood Chef (£100), and it's arguably equally versatile in terms of range of food you can cook this way. The very first thing I'm buying when I get back from working at sea is an Anova :teeth:
*Creme brulee is creme brulee, it's not exactly Angel Delight but it's not reserved for Michelin starred chefs either :ahee: it's also made ten times easier with a sous vide machine too!
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Sunday dinner.
With ice cream for pudding.
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Starter- Grilled haloumi with vegetables
Main- Vegetable lasagne and tomato ravioli and Pizza
Dessert- Chocolate brownies.
Drink- Pink lemonade
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(Original post by MrsSheldonCooper)
Starter- Grilled haloumi with vegetables
Main- Vegetable lasagne and tomato ravioli and Pizza
Dessert- Chocolate brownies.
Drink- Pink lemonade
Omg yes, haloumi is amazing :love:
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Starter- BBQ Chicken Wings (Not as though you need to worry about anyone telling you they aren't a starter :P )

Main- My mum's Spaghetti Bolognese (nobody has yet managed to make food that has made me feel as contented as that)

Dessert- Belgian waffles with chocolate sauce and vanilla ice cream (because..... YUM)
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