In her book "My Last Supper," Melanie Dunea asked 50 chefs: if they could have anything for their last supper, what would they eat?
TIME has a photo gallery and excerpt of their answers. This one above is Gary Danko, owner of a San Francisco restaurant that bears his name. He said:
This final feast, to be eaten by hand like at a Roman or Greek banquet, would comprise the finest foods from around the world, including caviar, spit-roasted suckling pigs, black truffles wrapped in salt pork and a roasted Bleu Bresse chicken.
Now what would your last supper be?