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What Would Be Your Last Meal on Earth?

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Message 1 - posted by 800lbGorilla, Jan 22, 2007

What would you want to eat as your last meal in this life? Mine would be a very well done sirloin steak, onion rings, peas and chips fried in lard followed by spotted dick and custard.

This has led me to wonder about others on this Board. For example, I imagine that Jonah would like anything as long as it was prepared strictly in accordance with the instructions on the packet!
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Message 2 - posted by *RebelBadger*, Jan 22, 2007

A warm Tesco Finest garlic ciabatta to start.

A large filet steak cooked blue with dauphinause potatoes, spinach and carrots for main.

Apple crumble with custard to finish.

All washed down with as many glasses of Leffe as I want.

Mmmmmmmmmmmmmm

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Message 3 - posted by BRAD, Jan 22, 2007

Big Mac Meal....
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Message 4 - posted by U5209345, Jan 22, 2007

Roast beef & Yorkshire Pudding - covered in chocolate

Fish n ships - covered in chocolate

Chicken curry - covered in chocolate

Basically, anything covered in chocolate <erm>
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Message 5 - posted by U4357578, Jan 22, 2007

What would you want to eat as your last meal in this life? Mine would be a very well done sirloin steak, onion rings, peas and chips fried in lard followed by spotted dick and custard.

This has led me to wonder about others on this Board. For example, I imagine that Jonah would like anything as long as it was prepared strictly in accordance with the instructions on the packet!

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Can't help yourself can you Grill?


Oh well, just so as you know I'm not over fussy about the preparation (unlike you it seems) but I'd have veggie sausages, potato farls (spud bread), cherry tomatoes and mushrooms fried in butter (with a veggie stock cube) served on linseed and soya toast.

Finished off with Marmite on toast.
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Message 6 - posted by 800lbGorilla, Jan 22, 2007

Can't help yourself can you Grill?

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<laugh> I can resist everything but temptation, Jonah!

I was also wondering about Water Closet - thought he'd fancy an economy burger deep-fried in rancid vegetable oil with some manky lettuce on a stale burger bap with a side order of stewed baked beans - straight off the van so no trouble preparing it specially!
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Message 7 - posted by U6532874, Jan 23, 2007

Toad in the Hole.With a red wine onion gravy.
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Message 8 - posted by Blackcountrybloke, Jan 23, 2007

Faggits un pays and a pint of banksiz
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Message 9 - posted by haldane10, Jan 28, 2007

A full english breakfast/mixed grill twice washed down with a pint of cold john smiths extra smooth and for afters a packet of low fat salt 'n' vinegar crisps, cos you can't be too careful can ya.
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Message 10 - posted by Fluffypeg, Jan 28, 2007

A lovely steak with onion rings, jacket potato and mushrooms. Followed by a chocolate fondue with a selection of fruits to dip in. All washed down with some Asti! YUM!
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Message 11 - posted by Jem, Mar 29, 2007

Chicken with barbecue sauce, new boiled potatoes and string beans. Gravy and Yorkshire pud. Apple pie and cream - and a pint of Strongbow. Feeling hungry already.<ale>
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Message 12 - posted by U3467391, Mar 29, 2007

You are def Norant in disguise,yes?
Chicken with barbecue sauce, new boiled potatoes and string beans. Gravy and Yorkshire pud. Apple pie and cream - and a pint of Strongbow. Feeling hungry already.<ale>

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Message 13 - posted by U3467391, Mar 29, 2007

Or else the infamous Yodell of course.
You are def Norant in disguise,yes?
Chicken with barbecue sauce, new boiled potatoes and string beans. Gravy and Yorkshire pud. Apple pie and cream - and a pint of Strongbow. Feeling hungry already.<ale>

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Message 14 - posted by Adrian Alfred, Mar 29, 2007

Would have to be either Roast Beef & Yorkshire Pudding's, Veg & Roast Potatoe's followed by a wedge of M&S Chocolate cake & Fresh Cream...Delicious!
or..King Sized Cod & Chips at Kristian's on North Shield's Fish Quay followed by a lge bar of Cadbury's Dairy Milk on returning home.
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Message 15 - posted by Alan Amp, Mar 29, 2007

Do You want a lingering death ?
Big Mac Meal....

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Message 16 - posted by U3467391, Mar 29, 2007

Do you like Suchi Amp?
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Message 17 - posted by Jem, Mar 30, 2007

Or else the infamous Yodell of course.
You are def Norant in disguise,yes?
Chicken with barbecue sauce, new boiled potatoes and string beans. Gravy and Yorkshire pud. Apple pie and cream - and a pint of Strongbow. Feeling hungry already.<ale>

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What makes you think so?<erm>
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Message 18, Mar 30, 2007

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Message 20 - posted by U3220267, Mar 30, 2007

Suchi?

Nah.......CW doesn't do designer clothes!<biggrin>
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