If you could eat only one meal for the rest of your life, what would it be?
It would have to be a Cobb Salad: lettuce, hard-boiled egg, bleu cheese, chicken, bacon, and tomato.
Lobster tail with steak dinner, with a garden salad on the side. This is just one thing, I have too many favorites. So I just plucked one. I love Brazilian food as well.
Oh, how I love a juicy steak with a full bottle of Heinz 57 sauce!!!
The one meal I could eat for the rest of my life would be hamburger, french fries and coleslaw with a fruit smoothie.
I will choose dates & milk, I believe they contain most of nutritive elements I need to survive.
There are so many good answers here...I don't know what to do with myself. :0)
Will I get in trouble for saying my one meal would be at an "all you can eat" Chinese restaurant?
If so...I will have to go with Pizza. With all the different variations and combinations, I don't think I could ever tire of it.
Then again, if you did not want to accept pizza as my answer, I think deep fried shrimp, fish, and fries, with clam chowder and coleslaw from Skippers would be hard to beat.
I think the second choice will be more nutritive.
Who's talking nutrition? I'm talking lip-smacking good. :0)
I agree with CJ, I would rather eat happy for the rest of my days, but an 'all you can eat' buffet at a Chinese restaurant does sound good!
I'd opt for the Chinese buffet: we've got sweet, sour, salty, and spicy w/ bland rice, veggies, and noodles. No getting bored there!
Hi. At one time I used what is called Boboli bread / pizza crust pr-made. Then I discovered a great place. Pizza has always been my favorite. Especially a fire oven pizza . . .How about you? Do you have a great recipe or two for us here?
I have a great recipe for an alternative to a pizza, http://niceandfizzy.hubpages.com/hub/Ea … ers-Pastry
and yes, I love pizza, all types!
If I could eat only one meal for the rest of my life, that would be Ugali and sukuma wiki
Beef Stew. It contains meat and vegetables and you can add apples too for the fruit. I also sometimes add squash or sweet potatoes.
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