DEATH ROW LAST MEAL?


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DEATH ROW LAST MEAL?

Postby SQUACKEE » Wed Dec 14, 2005 4:32 pm

gh just gave me a great idea. your last meal on earth. what would you like?

a tall frosted glass of your finest micro brewed indian pale ale and a dark candle lite and private booth with my wife.

new england clam chowder- thick and creamy with oyster crackers and hot fresh bread with cold salted butter.

a cold dinner salad with all those nice crisp veggies and real chunky blue cheese dressing and fresh ground pepper.

filet migon- thick and pink in the middle, blackened on the outside and covered with a thick blanket of fresh ground pepper. a mushroom and horseradish sauce tops this masterpiece.

another tall frosted glass of your finest micro brewed indian pale ale.

garlic mashed potatoes in their own porcelan bowl. with brown gravy and butter. maybe some sourcream if i feel spunky.

asparagus- the rolls royce of the vegatable family. cooked soft, swimming in butter and lightly salted.

another ice cold tall glass of your finest micro brewed indian pale ale.

the cheese platter sampler and another beer and your best cigar.

death by chocolate and an after dinner drink.

if im not dead already im ready.
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Postby bad hammy » Wed Dec 14, 2005 4:39 pm

Lots of foie gras and monkey brains. :P
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Postby SQUACKEE » Wed Dec 14, 2005 4:40 pm

bad hammy wrote:Lots of foie gras and monkey brains. :P


come on hammy! give. make it real, beeotch!
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Postby bad hammy » Wed Dec 14, 2005 5:15 pm

SQUACKEE wrote:
bad hammy wrote:Lots of foie gras and monkey brains. :P


come on hammy! give. make it real, beeotch!

Just for you, squack:

The location is Green’s restaurant on SF Bay (best view of the Golden Gate Bridge of any restaurant in the area). mrs. hammy and I get there about an hour before sunset on a sunny day with a thin layer of altocumulus clouds for great sunset character. (mrs. hammy is not aware that this is my last meal – that would kind of spoil her mood.)

Alice Waters of Chez Panisse is the chef. All foods to be organic and/or sustainable.

Oscar Peterson and his band are playing live over in the corner.

Start off with a Booker’s Bourbon, a double, on the rocks, leave the bottle and the bucket of ice. When I give the word, we start with the meal.

Alice’s sommelier is in charge of selecting a different glass of wine for each course. Don’t give me this two or three ounces of wine per glass crap. Fillerup.

Start with a combo cheese plate/foie gras plate. Cheese should include a toasted brie, some Ureglia (sp), some Maytag Blue Cheese, and assorted others selected by the cheese sommelier (or whatever they call the cheese guy).

Next up – a raw oyster plate selected by the oyster sommelier.

Gazpacho.

A Caesar salad with anchovies.

Nut-incrusted salmon. Alice selects the vegetable accompaniments, with certain restrictions (I’ll save the restricted list for Alice, it is kind of long.)

Prime rib - medium – bone in. Baked potato, butter only (lots of butter).

Warm chocolate gateau.

By the time I get here, between the bourbon, the seven glasses of wine and the dinner, I do not care that it is my last meal. I’m dying a happy man.
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Postby gh » Wed Dec 14, 2005 5:26 pm

Since Greens is a hardcore no-meat kind of joint, you actually die a very unhappy man when a group of vegans from the table next to you beat you to death w/ the bone from your prime rib.
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Postby bad hammy » Wed Dec 14, 2005 5:47 pm

gh wrote:Since Greens is a hardcore no-meat kind of joint, you actually die a very unhappy man when a group of vegans from the table next to you beat you to death w/ the bone from your prime rib.

I'll be surounded by family and friends. The prison guards will keep the vegans at a distance.
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Postby SQUACKEE » Wed Dec 14, 2005 5:53 pm

bad hammy wrote:
SQUACKEE wrote:
bad hammy wrote:Lots of foie gras and monkey brains. :P


come on hammy! give. make it real, beeotch!

Just for you, squack:

The location is Green’s restaurant on SF Bay (best view of the Golden Gate Bridge of any restaurant in the area). mrs. hammy and I get there about an hour before sunset on a sunny day with a thin layer of altocumulus clouds for great sunset character. (mrs. hammy is not aware that this is my last meal – that would kind of spoil her mood.)

Alice Waters of Chez Panisse is the chef. All foods to be organic and/or sustainable.

Oscar Peterson and his band are playing live over in the corner.

Start off with a Booker’s Bourbon, a double, on the rocks, leave the bottle and the bucket of ice. When I give the word, we start with the meal.

Alice’s sommelier is in charge of selecting a different glass of wine for each course. Don’t give me this two or three ounces of wine per glass crap. Fillerup.

Start with a combo cheese plate/foie gras plate. Cheese should include a toasted brie, some Ureglia (sp), some Maytag Blue Cheese, and assorted others selected by the cheese sommelier (or whatever they call the cheese guy).

Next up – a raw oyster plate selected by the oyster sommelier.

Gazpacho.

A Caesar salad with anchovies.

Nut-incrusted salmon. Alice selects the vegetable accompaniments, with certain restrictions (I’ll save the restricted list for Alice, it is kind of long.)

Prime rib - medium – bone in. Baked potato, butter only (lots of butter).

Warm chocolate gateau.

By the time I get here, between the bourbon, the seven glasses of wine and the dinner, I do not care that it is my last meal. I’m dying a happy man.


it would be my pleasure to join you and your lovely wife for this last meal. the fact that we will soon be put to death for our spelling of the english language is of no importance.
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Postby maggot » Wed Dec 14, 2005 5:55 pm

At least you wouldn't have to worry about a hangover.
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Postby bad hammy » Wed Dec 14, 2005 6:00 pm

maggot wrote:At least you wouldn't have to worry about a hangover.

Good point - more wine!
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Postby SQUACKEE » Wed Dec 14, 2005 6:00 pm

maggot wrote:At least you wouldn't have to worry about a hangover.


unless they hang us. then our cure for our hangover would BE a hangover. this is getting very silly and im ashamed to be a part of it.
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Postby bad hammy » Wed Dec 14, 2005 6:03 pm

SQUACKEE wrote:it would be my pleasure to join you and your lovely wife for this last meal. the fact that we will soon be put to death for our spelling of the english language is of no importance.

You and yours are definitely invited to share the table, mr. squack. We'll get some of those garlic mashed potatoes and the filet mignon added to the menu! Oh, and Alice will make you some asparagus to die for !!
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Postby dukehjsteve » Wed Dec 14, 2005 6:16 pm

Good stuff, guys, you have made me hungry.
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Postby slowcoach » Wed Dec 14, 2005 6:38 pm

Just a nice cup of hemlock would do fine... :D
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Postby tafnut » Thu Dec 15, 2005 6:01 am

There's a restaurant here named Ruth's Chris Steak House (Ruth bought out Chris - kept both names), whose steaks and shoestring potatoes are to DIE for. :D It's a little (OK, a lot) pricey, but darn it, I'm worth it! I don't eat all day, do a really hard workout, put on my loosest pants - no belt - and eat till my stomach lining has a stress fracture. It's an addiction (that I can't afford - pocketbook OR waist size-wise).
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Postby SQUACKEE » Thu Dec 15, 2005 6:21 am

tafnut wrote:There's a restaurant here named Ruth's Chris Steak House (Ruth bought out Chris - kept both names), whose steaks and shoestring potatoes are to DIE for. :D It's a little (OK, a lot) pricey, but darn it, I'm worth it! I don't eat all day, do a really hard workout, put on my loosest pants - no belt - and eat till my stomach lining has a stress fracture. It's an addiction (that I can't afford - pocketbook OR waist size-wise).


ive heard of ruth's chris. havent seen it up here in ct. heard it was to die for also. we have chucks steak house but im sure ruth is betta.
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Postby Pego » Thu Dec 15, 2005 8:11 am

Now, I am sure any prison could easily provide mine.


Background music - Schubert's chamber works.
Start with a shot of Unicum.
Sliced hot goose liver (from the inhumanely forcefully fed geese) in the goose fat served with lefsa-style pancakes and sweet-and-sour pickles.
Frankovka red wine with the liver.
Lentil soup made from the chicken broth.
Shot of St.Hubertus.
Roasted goose with roasted potatoes and hot cranberry kompote.
Frankovka with the main dish.
Apple strudel.
Tokaji Aszu 7-puttonyos with the strudel.
Espresso spiked with poison.
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Postby SQUACKEE » Thu Dec 15, 2005 8:16 am

Pego wrote:Now, I am sure any prison could easily provide mine.


Background music - Schubert's chamber works.
Start with a shot of Unicum.
Sliced hot goose liver (from the inhumanely forcefully fed geese) in the goose fat served with lefsa-style pancakes and sweet-and-sour pickles.
Frankovka red wine with the liver.
Lentil soup made from the chicken broth.
Shot of St.Hubertus.
Roasted goose with roasted potatoes and hot cranberry kompote.
Frankovka with the main dish.
Apple strudel.
Tokaji Aszu 7-puttonyos with the strudel.
Espresso spiked with poison.


wow! your ... ahh ... your not from around here...... are ya?

i believe this meal is exactly what hannible lector has right before he's finally executed.
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Postby Pego » Thu Dec 15, 2005 8:34 am

I guess I am outed, jeez.
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Postby bad hammy » Thu Dec 15, 2005 9:31 am

tafnut wrote:There's a restaurant here named Ruth's Chris Steak House (Ruth bought out Chris - kept both names), whose steaks and shoestring potatoes are to DIE for. :D

True story: we went to the Ruth's Chris Steak House in SF a few years back. At the next table an older couple with one of their kids is eating away. The guy is salting everything like it is going out of style. Halfway though his dinner (while we have not even had out salad served) he keels over face first into his steak and mashed potatoes. Paramedics are called in to work on the guy and wheel him out. The wife is explaining to the PMs about her husband’s heart condition. (I guess the salt was medicinal.)

The whole thing takes about 30 minutes to play out, while they continue to bring us food (at the VERY NEXT TABLE! – they couldn’t move us - a packed house). All very strange. Can’t say we really enjoyed that meal, although we certainly had a better time than the family at the next table. We tried Ruth’s again a year or so later in Vegas. No paramedics that night.
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Postby gh » Thu Dec 15, 2005 12:43 pm

I used to salt ice cream :-)
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Postby big mac » Sat Dec 17, 2005 2:41 am

Drinks... sparkling red grape juice, pink champagne, pints of Kilkenny, Amstel, Monteiths black and water.

Starters

Crumbed mushrooms, Calamari tubes with tartare sauce, prawns

Mains

Rare cooked 1lb fillet steak with roasted potatoes, carrots and kumara with a white sauce

Ham with cranberry sauce and turkey plus stuffing (ie christmas fare)

Desert

Caramel pie, vanilla ice cream and hot chocolate sauce

Baileys, Cape Velvet and mint liquer to finish off






Yes I could eat all of that.
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Postby SQUACKEE » Sat Dec 17, 2005 4:19 am

big mac wrote:Drinks... sparkling red grape juice, pink champagne, pints of Kilkenny, Amstel, Monteiths black and water.

Starters

Crumbed mushrooms, Calamari tubes with tartare sauce, prawns

Mains

Rare cooked 1lb fillet steak with roasted potatoes, carrots and kumara with a white sauce

Ham with cranberry sauce and turkey plus stuffing (ie christmas fare)

Desert

Caramel pie, vanilla ice cream and hot chocolate sauce

Baileys, Cape Velvet and mint liquer to finish off






Yes I could eat all of that.


please read with horrible french accent-"now that your finished id like to offer you one thin little cookie. its wafer thin."
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Postby lonewolf » Sat Dec 17, 2005 12:23 pm

Am I the only guy here who would ask for chicken fried steak, mashed potatoes with white gravy, creamed corn, fried okra and Dr Pepper?
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Postby big mac » Sat Dec 17, 2005 12:45 pm

SQUACKEE wrote:
big mac wrote:Drinks... sparkling red grape juice, pink champagne, pints of Kilkenny, Amstel, Monteiths black and water.

Starters

Crumbed mushrooms, Calamari tubes with tartare sauce, prawns

Mains

Rare cooked 1lb fillet steak with roasted potatoes, carrots and kumara with a white sauce

Ham with cranberry sauce and turkey plus stuffing (ie christmas fare)

Desert

Caramel pie, vanilla ice cream and hot chocolate sauce

Baileys, Cape Velvet and mint liquer to finish off






Yes I could eat all of that.


please read with horrible french accent-"now that your finished id like to offer you one thin little cookie. its wafer thin."


I will take ze whole box monsieur
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Postby maggot » Wed Dec 21, 2005 3:46 pm

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