Menu of Your Last Meal

If you were dying tomorrow, what would you have for your very last meal on this planet? It's kind of an eerie thought, yet kind of intriguing at the same time. What would you choose to eat or drink? Who would you eat it with? Who would make the food?

For me, this is a difficult situation. There's so much food to choose from that I think I would have to have a very wasteful amount of food.

For appies, I would have various dips, chips, veggies and cheeses. Like my favourite chili cheese dip, spanokapitas, tatziki and pitas, various Indian stuffed breads with homemade yogurt, my aunt's chicken wings, herb and garlic cheese spread, a classic onion soup dip and more. There would be enough hors d'oeuvres for at least three cocktail parties.

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For main courses I would have a delicious roast beef dinner with a ton of really good gravy, mashed potatoes and my grandma's yorkshire puddings. There would be many salads, vegetable casseroles and roast vegetables for sides. We would have my aunt's enchiladas with tons of beans and rice, salsa, guacamole and sour cream. We would have shawarmas and gyro wraps. We would have shrimp and steak and tons of really good pasta, especially fettucine alfredo with shrimp and chicken and Indian and Thai curries. Mmmmm.... I can taste it already.

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For dessert we would have a chocolate fountain obviously. There would also be chocolate mousse and my grandma's Skor cake. As well as good quality chocolates and of course, macarons from my favourite french bakery.
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For drinks there would be virgin cocktails and mango lassis during the main courses and appies. After dinner there would be a variety of specialty coffees and teas.

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I would eat dinner with my closest friends and family. Everyone would not gain weight from the meal and be able to eat everything and never get full. It would be the most magical meal of all time.

3 comments:

  1. Hmmm I think I'd have loads of sushi and Indian curries!

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  2. Seafood pasta would probably be my main choice of meal! And then followed by a very generous chocolate cake. :)
    It is indeed a bit of an eerie thought, but I remember reading an articles about the last meal of people who were waiting for the death penalty. Creepy, but an interesting read.

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