Last Supper

Discussion in 'Beer & Food' started by Damo, Jan 22, 2008.

  1. Damo

    Damo Short One Marshmallow

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    Ok. A previous thread got me thinking.

    What would your last supper consist of?

    To start you off, here's mine:

    *Homemade (made the day before & reheated) lasagne with a sweet potato layer and a spinach layer in there. No sloppy lasagne either - needs to be dry enough to hold it's shape when cut.
    *Crusty garlic bread. And I mean garlicy.
    *Good salad of mache (lamb's lettuce), crumbled feta, pinenuts and a light drizzle of hazelnut dressing. Thats it.
    *Bottle of Chateauneuf du Pape '88 or '81
    *Open fire
     

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  2. Kevin

    Kevin Turbo Monkey

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  3. OGRipper

    OGRipper Turbo Monkey

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    I would probably be pretty happy putting together a meal from the menu you posted not too long ago.
     
  4. SkaredShtles

    SkaredShtles I love NEWCASTLE and will ONLY drink NEWCASTLE!!!!

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    Antipasto - plate of exotic stinky cheeses
    Primo - homemade pappardelle with wild mushroom ragout
    Secondo - duck breast with strawberry sauce
    Dolce - homemade Tiramisù
    Wine - some nice Super Tuscan
     
  5. LordOpie

    LordOpie MOTHER HEN

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    Why Super? How about just a great Brunello, like a 1979 or 83 Col d'Orcia?
     
  6. CrabJoe StretchPants

    CrabJoe StretchPants Reincarnated Crab Walking Head Spinning Bruce Dick

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    Steak and cheese sub
    Funyons
    Grape Soda
     
  7. SkaredShtles

    SkaredShtles I love NEWCASTLE and will ONLY drink NEWCASTLE!!!!

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    As long as it's obscenely expensive... :D
     
  8. narlus

    narlus Eastcoast Softcore
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    because sometimes you want a blend?

    if tig were $20 a bottle, i'd be a happy man.
     
  9. LordOpie

    LordOpie MOTHER HEN

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    mmm, no blend for me, I loves a wine that's primarily San Giovese! Brunnelos, Chiantis, Nobiles...

    I could move to Tuscany right now and never look back... ya know, if I had the money.
     
  10. narlus

    narlus Eastcoast Softcore
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    i've had a decent amount of brunellos and chianti riservas, but they are no match for an excellent super tuscan.
     
  11. narlus

    narlus Eastcoast Softcore
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    and unfortunately for me, the number of brunellos and chianti riservas in my basement far outnumber my super tuscan total.
     
  12. LordOpie

    LordOpie MOTHER HEN

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    no match objectively or subjectively?

    Cuz we bought three cases of wine in Tuscany, one case Brunellos, half case of Chiantis and 1.5 cases of ST... and subjectively, Brunellos crush easily.
     
  13. narlus

    narlus Eastcoast Softcore
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    i'm not sure how you could possibly have an objective comparison w/ something like wine preference.
     
  14. Brian HCM#1

    Brian HCM#1 MMMMMMMMM BEER!!!!!!!!!!

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    Beer, that's all that's ever needed.



    That and Sushi:thumb:
     
  15. Damo

    Damo Short One Marshmallow

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    Mmmm....Sushi....
     
  16. 4xBoy

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    Tenderloin wrapped in bacon and it would be cool to have it will a bottle of red wine circa 2076.

    i.e. living to 100+