Gordon Ramsay knows exactly what he wants as his last meal before he dies
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We've all had the morbid conversation about what our final meal would be if we were being sent to the electric chair, right?
Some people might opt for a nostalgic taste of their childhood, some might go all-out with the foods they've had to hold back on their whole life, while others might just try and cheat the system with the most expensive meal they can dream up.
Gary Carl Simmons Jr was executed in 2012 after being jailed for the murder of Jeffrey Wolfe, who had been dismembered and fed to alligators in 1996.
His last hurrah spanned several dishes, with Simmons reportedly dining on the following: One Pizza Hut medium Super Supreme Deep Dish pizza, double portion, with mushrooms, onions, jalapeño peppers and pepperoni; pizza, regular portion, with three cheeses, olives, bell pepper, tomato, garlic and Italian sausage.
This was in addition to: 10 8-oz. packs of Parmesan cheese; 10 8-oz. packs of ranch dressing; one family-size pack of Doritos nacho cheese flavour; 8 oz. jalapeño nacho cheese; 4 oz. sliced jalapeños; and one super-size order of McDonald's fries with extra ketchup and mayonnaise as a side.
This was all washed down by two large strawberry shakes and two 20-oz. cherry Cokes, along with two pints of strawberry ice cream for dessert.
Chef Gordon Ramsay, meanwhile, would go for a much simpler affair.
While you might assume he'd throw as much caviar and truffle at the plate as he could, he's actually gone for a great British staple.
However, before you accuse him of being too humble, he has gone for one of his own dishes.
Yep, the famously sweary chef insists that his full English breakfast is so good, it's the final thing he wants to devour when the time comes.
When the menu for the Savoy Grill restaurant was revealed to feature a £19 full English breakfast, furious critics hit back at the cost. Comparing it to how much you get at a typical greasy spoon for a quarter of the price, many were unimpressed at the portion sizes.
Never one to hold back on his opinions, Ramsay blasted back: "I stand by it. I swear by it. And it is one meal that I would ever eat as a last supper, it has to be a full English breakfast with extra baked beans."
The breakfast in question features two fried eggs, some streaky bacon (suitably crispy), one mushroom, a single sausage, and half a tomato. The baked beans were oddly served off to one side in a gravy boat.
That did, however, keep the baked bean purists happy, who didn't want the bean juice to touch the rest of their food.
In response to criticism about the £19 price tag, Ramsay replied: "And you know what? If you're worried about the price, you can't f**king afford it."
One person on Twitter fumed: "Beans have no place in a full English, Welsh, Scottish or Irish breakfast. American import. Needs fried bread or black pudding (my preference) instead of the beans."
"One sausage?!" complained another pork fan.
"Is that the small breakfast?" asked another.