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Sunday, May 30, 2010


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My last meal would be my mothers pork roast, mashed potatoes with gravy made from the roasts drippings, creamed cauliflower & applesauce - it was my FAVORITE meal my mom made - and I cannot duplicate it! Damn I miss her! =(

cream of mussel soup, lobster thermador and steamed aspargus......had it in puerto villarta and would LOVE to have it again!

Garlic-soy marinated flat iron steak, sauteed onions, iced tea, steamed broccoli, and a side of pasta pomodoro.

All-you-can-eat prime rib, medium, baked potato, loaded, blanched asparagus with Hollandaise or Bernaise sauce, and pecan divinity for dessert. AND, since it's all you can eat, I'd never be finished, so...

I'd need a combo of Red Lobster lobster and biscuits, Outback steak and salad, and Olive Garden Chicken Parm with breadsticks....I'd die a happy woman!!!

Fish & chips from Fiddlers Pub in San Fransisco...Guiness on the side and that stupid Molten Chocolate Cake you get on the cruise ships....And I would eat the whole damn thing!
Hope you had a great B-day Rblues!

Ice cream, fried green beans, French onion soup, Macaroni & cheese, milkshakes, sweet potatoe pie and a really good baked ham!

Fried chicken, macaroni and cheese, collard greens, cornbread, potato salad and sweeeeeeet tea. Add to that a small slice of pecan pie AND a small slice of homemade pound cake and two scoops of vanilla ice cream and a really good cup of coffee.

A cheeseburger and fries from Molly's Pub and my mother's lasagna.

an all-day sucker.

Grilled lamb loin chops, medium rare, mint sauce on the side, an australian cold water lobster tail with drawn butter (my very own surf-n-turf combo!!) with a perfectly baked potato, crispy skin, fluffy inside, butter and sour cream, please, and roasted asparagus. But, must start the meal with an ice-cold gin martini, no rocks!

An authentic scrumptious 12-course Chinese Banquet.

RBlues, Happy Birthday a day late! Chrissy, I agree with you. Send in the dessert cart. Cheesecake, Carrot Cake, Sweet Potato Pie, Coconut Cream Pie, I could go on but I'm so hungry now it's insane.

There goes my girl with the McD's and alcohol - who raises these kids???

I'm always up for a great steak, baked potato, and salad, and of course sweet iced tea to drink!

10 piece nugget meal from McDonald's with a Strawberry shake... and a double cheeseburger on the side... and some Chicken alfredo from Olive Garden. Oh, and a couple of Venetian Sunsets from Olive Garden to wash it all down. :D

Crab cakes from Papadeaux for appetizer, pasta from a hole-in-the-wall spot in Florence, Italy for the main course, and a chocolate lava cake with vanilla ice cream for dessert. YUM!

Happy Birthday Ronnie!

Last meal...hmmmm...would probably be a mix of all the best things I can remember eating. I'd want probably want Argentine asado (BBQ), with a broiled lobster like the one I had on the beach in Puerto Vallarta. I'd want the fresh caprese salad I remember having in Milan, with tiramisu and espresso granita for dessert.


I forgot to add in the Guiness! Happy Birthday Ronnie! Slainte!

Thank you everbody. We are having a margarita/dessert party later this evening--should be fun!

Happy Birthday Ronnie! I hope you are having a wonderful day filled with sunshine, the laughter of your beautiful children and sweet surprises (with chocolate in em)!!!

Forgot the Plum Street sno ball for dessert!
And a slice of Haydel's king cake

For Kitty pimp I will die on a Tuesday. On Monday I will have Red beans and rice, fried green tomatoes, and fried shrimp will repalce the pork chop. I hope to fit a Port 'O Call hamburger somewhere in there. I will think of you.

Happy Birthday Ronnie!!

Happy Birthday, Ronnie!!!

ps - happy birthday Ronnie!

Texas gal here - gotta go with a huge slab of chicken fried steak, mashed potato with gallons of cream dressing, fried okra, salad with ranch dressing and chocolate fudge cake for dessert. Rare treats at our house.

p.s. It's my birthday today.

First of all, my version of Heaven/Nirvana, will somehow incorporate the "All-U-Can Eat" Buffet from the Stratosphere with the first 48 hours after giving birth to each of my 4 children.

My last meal would be eggs-benedict(no meat) with steamed asparagus and cottage-fries smothered in hollandaise sauce, a medium-rare t-bone steak followed by a pint of Ben & Jerry's "Wavy Gravy" ice cream.

OK, reading all this is making me really hungry.

I'll jump on the steak and crablegs bandwagon, rare steak and Alaskan snow crab legs - add in some sea scallops wrapped in bacon, a good Belgian white beer (Long Trail or maybe Blue Moon) and pumpkin pie and chocolate cake for dessert.

Steak and crablegs along with a case of Coors Light!!

Oh man if it was my last meal I'd just skip all the main course/side items and have nothing but cake, ice cream, pastries, etc. Just desserts.

Oh, I forgot - roasted corn grits from Zea's and Hubig's pies, my ex's gumbo and his roasted garlic mashed potatoes.

A filet mignon steak, cooked medium rare with a baked potato piled high with sour cream and chives, asparagus with hollandaise sauce, a nice chianti (no fava beans, tyvm), irish coffee with plenty of whipped cream and a nice grand manier (sp?) and chocolate souffle for desert.

Next thing I do: go to the hospital! LOL

An all-you-can-eat trip to Italy!

Oh & a salad with Dorothy Lynch dressing!

Filet mignon (medium rare) with LOTS bernaise sauce & pomme frites (skinny french fries) from La Frite Cafe in Woodland Hills, CA. Biscuits from Red Lobster. Broccoli with cheese sauce (homemade), creme brulee (also from La Frite), chocolate cake (homemade). Wash it all down with a Dt. Cherry Limeaide from Sonic.

Dungeness Crab and Maine Lobster (steamed with plenty of melted butter), scalloped potatoes, asparagus, corn on the cob, warm french bread, ice cold coke and for dessert - new york cheesecake with fresh raspberries on top.

Weird combo I know, but I would have to go with french fries loaded with shredded cheese and bacon with sour cream on the side along with steamed Maryland blue crabs with my granddaddy's famous dipping sauce.

This is a hard one .. . .
Fried eggplant, debris po'boy with extra mayo and extra gravy, catfish po'boy with butter and lemon. Port o' Call cheeseburger with a loaded baked potato (no chives) and a Monsoon. There is so much food I miss from New Orleans, it is impossible to pick just one thing. Damn - now I am hungry:D

A big plate of potato pancakes with lots of sour cream. That is, if I can get my mom to make them. I know how to make them myself, but I hate grating potatos, I always grate a little knuckle while I'm doing it. Although my grandmother used to say it wouldn't be potato pancakes without a little blood in it.

Assuming that you can't get sick from all this food, after all it IS your last meal. I would have a last day of meals because I can't narrow it down. I would have to go with a combo of the Teriyaki steak and loaded potato from Outback with their salad ranch dressing, cheese biscuits from Red Lobster, and tiramisu. Second is from my college days at Rutgers: a pepperoni stromboli with extra cheese from Stuff Yer Face followed by a Thomas Sweets mix in of Oreo ice cream and crushed oreos. Last is the "special" pizza from Freddies: thin crust, italian sausage, and green pepper. Pepto Bismol, please!

ohh crap i forgot about perogis smothered in oions with keblasi...or a big ole sandwitch from permani brothers in the strip district of pittsburgh...oh yes and for lindas sake...brussel sprouts in coupious amounts so the entire neighborhood spells of them hahha...this is a bad question for me...i love food of all kinds actually...except for okra...g.

filet mignon (medium rare), lobster tail (both drenched in butter), loaded baked potato, and a huge basket of Red Lobster cheese biscuits (still warm from the oven).

Tough question as I like so many things. But it would consist of a lobster from Gibson's, eggplant parmasean, creamed spinach, pierogis, and carrot cake.

This is a really tough one. Probably my grandmother's broiled pepper steak, a loaded baked potato, and either creme brulee or tiramisu or something with chocolate. Or could they be combined into a chocolate tiramisu creme brulee? I may need to do some experiments...

Really, I would probably just have all deserts and skip the regular food.

my last meal menues would come from my late mothers recipes...

first meal...breaded veal cuttlets...scalloped potatoes...fresh green beans...salad and ialian bread...desert...a boston cooler, which is...half a cleaned out cantelope with a huge scoop of french vanilla iceceram from a place called isleys...ummmm yeah...this was my standard birthday dinner menu.

second last meal...again belongs to mom...meatloaf...home made mashed potatoes...corn...salad...and for desert...chilled yellow cake with fudge icing...
its sad for all that time i watched and helped my mom make these meals i can not reproduce them...i cant find anything on the web that even comes close to them...the meatloaf was made with a combination of ground beef...ground pork...and finally ground veal...all in equal measures...ahhh to go back in time and write it all i guess this means that either i have to come back to life so i can have each meal...or that i cant no one makes these foods like mom could...

so linda...what are your answers???...inquiring minds want to know...gin.

Boiled Maine Lobster, steamed/buttered asparagus, and Marie Calendar's Cheesecake...straight from the restaurant bliss....

Olive Garden's Portobello Mushroom Ravioli, served with their salad and a glass of blush wine...dark chocolate cheesecake with raspberries for dessert - total mouth orgasm - literally makes me feel high, it's that good.

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