You're on death row, what is your last meal?
The meal should last approximately 327 minutes, and should be eaten whilst watching the 1995 BBC adaptation of Jane Austin's Pride & Prejudice, on a cinema screen.
A large bowl of Basmati rice with sea salt, clumped.
A glass of sparkling water, chilled.
One large Wagyū steak with sea salt and freshly ground pepper, well done.
One kilogram (2.204623 pounds) of French fries with sea salt, deep fried (I am going to die anyway).
One bottle of Powers Irish whiskey, chilled.
Sorbet and Neopolitan Ice Cream, topped with frozen German raspberries, chilled.
Strawberries, brownies and cream, brownies warm, the rest chilled.
I wish to die by firing squad.
Wagyū Beef, well done, what a waste. Although the Powers I can agree with.
A large bowl of salted rice would fill you up and not let you enjoy the best Beef in the world.
The Dessert of Strawberries, Brownie and Cream is now going on my menu at work, so simple but sounds perfect.
Firing Squad, perfection.
Braised Ox Cheek topped with saute Foie Gras on Potato Dauphinoise, buttered spring baby root vegetables, Honey roasted Figs with Crispy Bacon, Veal Jus and a Wild Mushroom Foam.
I have cooked this dish a thousand times and it never fails to stimulate my taste-buds.
It is one of my proudest achievements and if you tasted it you would change your mind on your last meal choice. (I hope)