Death Row Meal

Discussion in 'Professional Chefs' started by stevenmundial, Aug 14, 2013.

  1. stevenmundial

    stevenmundial

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    Ok so here you go you are on death row you can only have one dish as your last meal… What would yours be? This just might be mine… tomorrow it might be different Pappardelle Pasta, with Foie, Shaved White Truffles ,Sage Cracked Black Pepper…. Yep that would do it kill me now….
     
  2. kaiquekuisine

    kaiquekuisine

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    Haha well tomoroww it would most likely be different but if i had to choose i wouldnt even go for dinner i rather go for dessert. 

    I would love a sweet apple tart , a side of pastry cream , a hint of mint , and a perfect 2 scoops of cinnamon ice cream. 
     
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  3. beastmasterflex

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    65 day dry aged prime ribeye, comte mac and cheese, belgian fries, brussel sprout leaves with roasted cippolinis, chocolate milk shake, and creme brulee.
     
  4. bughut

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    Id want a baked camembert, with lots of dipping stuff, like celery, breadsticks, little gem lettuce middles and a humungus side of bbq wings...They'd be for dipping too.  : )
     
  5. raibeaux

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    APPETIZERS:

    Escargot from someone that knows how;

    Grilled bacon-wrapped lobster medallions;

    Sushi rolls (2)

    ENTREE:

    A three-meat combo.  Barbequed coon, if they'd let me cook it;  Smothered squirrel in milk gravy;  Fried whole blue gill. 

    SIDES:

    White rice; 

    Soufflé potatoes; 

    Au gratin potatoes;

    Squash casserole; 

    Asparagus casserole;

    Sweet potatoes; 

    DESSERT:

    Probably not.

    P.S.

    I grew up working in my dad's funeral home.  I know what they'd be dealing with getting me out of that chair (or chamber), so I would definitely leave a lasting legacy.

    <[ : ^ )
     
    Last edited: Aug 15, 2013