if i knew it was the last meal i would ever eat again? probably something i never eat but would say to hell with it, like a nice big cheeseburger with everything on it, a huge chocolate milkshake made with real ice cream and cocoa, and some onion rings.
Though I would prefer to not know that my last meal is indeed my last meal I would want a bacon cheeseburger with some steak fries. And if I'm going to die shortly after anyways, I want it to be the greasiest, most fattening, most unhealthiest burger/fries combo ever.
If it's my last meal...I'm going to ask for for a 72 oz. Porter Steak...flown in from Amarillo or Fort Worth...with all the sides...and loaded potatoe. Probably take three hours at least to eat if I could manage ...maybe more. What the heck would be the hurry...anyway! (I want something that will take lots of chewin' and time...for my last meal!)
Fajitas is easy, My ex mother in law...my god that woman can cook. My ex wife is half hispanic her dad is the ultimate "beaner" and her mom learned to cook a lot of mexican food her fajitas and her enchiladas are as good as authentic stuff I have had in places like south Texas and Southern California at hole in the wall "real" mexican places
That did it...now I'm real hungry..somebody needs to throw a big Bar BQ...where we can all gather for fajitas, steak, brisket...and 'tater salad...with fresh corn on the cob...ice tea..and your favoriter brewskie! That's it...suppertime for me...I'm inviting everyone over to H-town for a Bar BQ...I'm buying...just meet me at the best place in town...! Adios.
I have always wanted to be a cook. I love food and I love experimenting with it. My problem is I don't write down what I do. I make stuff by taste and then can't make it exactly the same way twice...lol Maybe I have A D D
I just sent off an email to her so we'll see if she messages me back and then I'll let you know what she said. and I haven't been editing for a few days...just havne't been in the right mood or mind set I think
If it’s my last meal, I’m going to do it up right, by God.
Appetizer: Cheese plate with one ounce each of the following cheeses: St. Andre, Leydenkaas, Aged Gouda (24 mos.), Butterkaase, and Gorgonzola Dolce and the following accompaniments: figs, dates, crisp apple slices, walnuts, almonds, wildflower honey, and a baguette sliced thinly. Wine: Toressella Pinot Grigio
Entrée: Filet Mignon seared to perfection on the outside and soft pink in the center, topped with four large chunks of Jumbo lump crab meat (only Chesapeake Bay Blue Crab will do here) and drizzled with hollandaise sauce. On the side a fresh salad of mixed greens and seasonal vegetables with balsamic vinaigrette. Wine: Citra (from Montepulciano D’Abruzzo)
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