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February 12, 2010

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Amanda

Mac and Cheese. The kind from the box. Yup, I'm full of class.

siri

First I was going to say my mom's hamburger hotdish made with cream of mushroom soup, but then I'd have to put in the clause: only if it were a day old and heated up in the microwave. That's too many specifics.

So I'll just leave it at "a summer picnic dinner". Something like; BBQ chicken thighs, grits with cheddar, corn on the cob, cole slaw, and a slice of apple pie.

Mary

I'm partial to spaghetti and meatballs. I would like the meatballs homemade please. Also a big bowl of peppermint ice cream (the kind with the red and green candies in it). I'm thinking my food tastes lean toward the lower brow. :)

Jennifer

Yum-meatloaf-I am ALL over that!

My last meal would be ritzy chicken-cooked chicken mixed with sour cream and cream of chicken soup and topped with butter ritz crackers-baked til bubbling and served over rice. And my mother's red velvet cake.

Kirstin

I LOVE meatloaf sandwiches. I also love homemade mac n cheese but I think my last meal would have to be something Mexican inspired, like chimichangas, taquitos, burritos, fajitas or all of the above with a large side of rice, beans and queso dip. And milk and oreo cookies for dessert.

Jenny

Mmmm meatloaf. I lived on meatloaf sandwiches in college. They were always on the left over shelf at the restaurant where I worked. My last meal would have to be a childhood staple: It's a tough choice between beans and franks or grilled American cheese sandwiches made with white sandwich bread, and jello desert. Preferably the desert should be one with different layers and colors, ice cream and lots of coolwhip in it. My step- sister makes one that looks like the old nougat candy with different colored squares of Jello suspended in a pink fluff. But also give me a nice bottle of Prosecco and some petits fours, and like Kristin Oreos

Constance

My mom's swiss steak. My mashed potatoes. My Aunt Carlita's cooked greens. And for desert, applesauce cake with raisins and brown sugar penuche frosting. Or sweet potato pie. Or pumpkin. Or my sour cherry. Or my Grandma Pryor's lemon meringue. Or flan. Hell, just bring over the desert cart.

My husband's meatloaf would send me to my grave happy too.

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