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Old 10-19-2005, 05:04 PM   #1
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Yet another Top10...Your Dream Feast...

Okay... suppose that you are granted for an evening of FEAST OF YOUR DREAMS.... you can select any 10 items you like, cost, health or weight gain are not the issue (someone--who cares who--would pay for everything, your artery will remain unclogged and you won't gain a gram no matter what you gobble down...), any irrelevant combinations are accepted, and if you want you can choose 10 desserts as well...

What will be your ideal menu??

This may take some hard pondering though... my results are...(it may change depending on my mood....)

-ravioli stuffed with porcini mushrooms with sour cream sauce
-grilled jumbo prawns with garlic butter
-Bucattini amatriciana
-risotto with truffle mushrooms
-white pizza with zucchini flowers and smoked scamorza
-Coquille St. Jacques
-Mesquite grilled chicken fajitas with mound of guacamole
-Wild Berries macedonia with mound of whipped cream
-Cassata Siciliana
-Tiramisu
-Huge bowl of assorted ice creams

(some items may not be particularly special, but heck I like them!!)

Mmm, now I am decidedly hungry...

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Old 10-19-2005, 05:26 PM   #2
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steak
ribs
pork chops
lot of potatoes
corn
manicotti
potato soup
cheesecake
ice cream
apple dumplings

and plenty of milk to wash it all down
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Old 10-19-2005, 05:55 PM   #3
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Root Beer
Steak
Onion Rings
Broccoli
Spicy potato wedges
Choclate Pie
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Old 10-19-2005, 06:05 PM   #4
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Lobster
Prawns
Steak
Brie
Jacket potatoes with tonnes of sour cream and chives
Caesar salad
smoked salmon bagel with cream cheese
Pavlova with strawberries and passionfruit
Creme caramel
Potato and leek soup
It could change on a daily basis but that's todays list!! pretty good considering i feel sick and can't eat any breakfast!!
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Old 10-19-2005, 07:26 PM   #5
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homemade vanilla bean ice cream
homemade warm chocolate pudding
baked potato with lots of bacon, butter and salt
roasted leg of lamb with a side of roasted potatoes
Apple pie with more of the vanilla ice cream
fresh made warm French bread, no butter or anything just tear it off the loaf.
2 pieces of my dads French toast
three gyros from a small side walk cafe in Greece, extra onions and tomatoes please
deep fried squid with a tomato based dipping sauce
and an steamed artichoke with both mayo and melted butter for dipping.

OK, I"m hungry! STARVING!!!!!!! HELP!!!!!!
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Old 10-19-2005, 07:31 PM   #6
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Fresh Bluefin Toro - Sashimi style or as sushi
Foie Gras - Pan Seared
Kobe Beef - Grilled Rare
Fresh Diver Scallops - Pan Seared to Medium Rare
Fresh Kumamoto Oysters - Raw with a Mignonette
Rack of Colorado Lamb - Grilled to Medium Rare
Steamed Alaskan King Crab
Spiny Lobster Tail - Butter Poached
Slipper Lobster Tail - Butter Poached
Various Caviar (Beluga, Sevruga, Osetra)
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homemade vanilla bean ice cream
homemade warm chocolate pudding
baked potato with lots of bacon, butter and salt
roasted leg of lamb with a side of roasted potatoes
Apple pie with more of the vanilla ice cream
fresh made warm French bread, no butter or anything just tear it off the loaf.
2 pieces of my dads French toast
three gyros from a small side walk cafe in Greece, extra onions and tomatoes please
deep fried squid with a tomato based dipping sauce
and an steamed artichoke with both mayo and melted butter for dipping.

OK, I"m hungry! STARVING!!!!!!! HELP!!!!!!
OMG I love that thing too!! OH and I forgot buttery flaky croissants!! How am I gonna squeeze those in?? eheheh...It is kinda funny, when you think about it... you would start racking your brain to a torture level on things like this that doesn't matter at all in reality...
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Old 10-20-2005, 01:26 AM   #8
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-my new favorite- caviar and cream cheese on water crackers
-my new second favorite- angelhair w/ truffle oil, parmesan, seasalt, finely-ground black pepper and a sprinkling of parsley.... but i would love to try it with truffle shavings. haven't tried a truffle yet.
-a nice, thick ribeye, seasoned and a lovely medium rare, just as is, or maybe with a little worcestershire.
-lightly steamed green beans with hollandaise
-godiva chocolate washed down with strong black coffee. (don't consume either of those, but i love 'em.)
-lamb rib chops with garlic, salt, black pepper, ground sage and gorgonzola
-crab in most any form. i love crab.
-sour gummy candy with a side of ginger ale
-Italian meats and an assortment of cheeses paired with a nice, dry red
-cheeseburgers and beer
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Old 10-20-2005, 03:14 PM   #9
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- Carpaccio from the beef
- Bruschetta with tomatoes and Mozzarella
- Noodle soup.. I would starve for a good noodle soup..
- Ravioli with Ricotta-spinach filling in a tomato-basil-sauce.. we had this at our wedding and I would die for it... that reminds me that we wanted to go to the restaurant again and have more of this..
- baked potatoes with sour cream
- rumpsteak medium with herb butter (?)
- panna cotta
- a strong espresso and a bed..
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Old 10-20-2005, 05:04 PM   #10
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i love carpaccio, cara! i forgot about that one.

ruth's chris makes my favorite. it's awesome.
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