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    i read in the paper tonight that they released a cookbook w/ the recipes of the last dinners from inmates on death row....which made me think what would i choose as my last meal....that's a tough one......what would you choose?

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    One big plate of spaghetti bolognaise. My own recipe.

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    No-brainer.


    Poon tang.

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    2 whole slabs of ribs and steak fries from Adams' Ribs in St. Clair Shores, MI, located at the intersection of 10 Mile and Little Mack. When god invented ribs, this place got the only franchise. Their BBQ sauce is top notch, the ribs tender, the steak fries golden.

    I just may have to get a slab for lunch.

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    [quote][i]Originally posted by The Gun Of Bavaria[/i]@Feb 19 2004, 12:31 PM
    [b] 2 whole slabs of ribs and steak fries from Adams' Ribs in St. Clair Shores, MI, located at the intersection of 10 Mile and Little Mack. When god invented ribs, this place got the only franchise. Their BBQ sauce is top notch, the ribs tender, the steak fries golden.

    I just may have to get a slab for lunch. [/b][/quote]
    Geez, they should put you on the payroll...

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    A man claiming god's best American ribs are from Michigan ... the nerve, the nerve. B) B) B)

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    Ribs for me, too, but not the sacrilegious saucy kind. I want dry-rub ribs from Sticky Fingers in Chatanooga, TN. The ones from the Dinosaur BBQ in Syracuse, NY will do nicely if the others are not available.

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    I'll have some Wings with ranch dressing to start and a six pack of Bass.

    Then I'll have a buger with some steak cut fries.

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    [quote][i]Originally posted by Jet Set Junta[/i]@Feb 20 2004, 10:48 AM
    [b] A man claiming god's best American ribs are from Michigan ... the nerve, the nerve. B) B) B) [/b][/quote]
    JSJ.......


    ok ok, we all know Detroit isn't exactly the ribs capital of the world, but man these are good. :D

    If you ever come to Detroit or have a long layover, let me know, I'll take you to Adams.

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    Gun: I was on a buisness trip to Ann Arbor last year and we ate at this Jewish deli that was really good, forgot the name. Reminded me of Bens on LI, but better.

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    No problem, I'd be a hypocrite if I seconded Bob's recommendation of the Dinosaur up in the 'Cuse, but part of that is the fact they're an hour away and get a lot of points for creativity in their menu. I like touring bbq joints and any cheap "local fare" in every city I visit, so I'll definitely be adding Adams to my endless textfile of recommendations.

    I personally think all pork rib judgement in America should be divided into "Eastern Carolina", "Western Carolina", and "Rest of Country". And then there's Texas beef ribs.

    But I also like the ones I make right at home, too (see my article on the pinned "Tailgate recipes" thread in the main forum).

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    [quote][i]Originally posted by Section109Row15[/i]@Feb 20 2004, 03:43 PM
    [b] Gun: I was on a buisness trip to Ann Arbor last year and we ate at this Jewish deli that was really good, forgot the name. Reminded me of Bens on LI, but better. [/b][/quote]
    Damn.......I know the one you're talking about too from my days in Ypsilanti..............


    I forgot the name. Top notch food

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    [quote][b]Damn.......I know the one you're talking about too from my days in Ypsilanti..............


    I forgot the name. Top notch food [/b][/quote]

    Here it is.

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    [quote][i]Originally posted by shakin318[/i]@Feb 19 2004, 12:01 PM
    [b] No-brainer.


    Poon tang. [/b][/quote]
    Shakin:
    I just saw this thread and must say you beat me to it. My answer was:

    Pamela Anderson.

    There is no way you would touch that Hep-C on a normal day. But on your last day who cares.

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    [quote][i]Originally posted by Section109Row15[/i]@Feb 20 2004, 02:43 PM
    [b] Gun: I was on a buisness trip to Ann Arbor last year and we ate at this Jewish deli that was really good, forgot the name. Reminded me of Bens on LI, but better. [/b][/quote]
    [url=http://www.zingermans.com/Index.pasp]Zingerman's[/url]

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    I think I'd go for a chocolate cake....with a hacksaw hidden in side.

    And then get the hell out of prison!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    :P

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    [quote][i]Originally posted by shakin318[/i]@Feb 19 2004, 12:01 PM
    [b] No-brainer.


    Poon tang. [/b][/quote]
    I was thinking the same thing but I'd be a little more specific...Jennifer Love Hewitt's poon tang! :D

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    [quote][b]I was thinking the same thing but I'd be a little more specific...Jennifer Love Hewitt's poon tang![/b][/quote]

    Whats the obsession with JLH? She looks like she is 13, and she can't act or sing. BTW did you tell your wife about your last meal on earth?

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    A huge porterhouse from Peter Luger's, with garlic mashed potatoes and creamed spinach. Wash it all down with at least 3 frosty pints of Budweiser. Then I could belch loudly and say good-bye with a smile.

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    What would happen if you ate 2 lbs of C4 prior to going to the electric chair?

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