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If you won a SuperPrize, what would be your FEAST OF CHOICE?

I think most people can agree that when it comes to celebrations, food usually plays a huge role. Whether it’s a holiday, a specific accomplishment or even just a family gathering, food always makes the occasion extra special. SuperPrize celebrations are no different. The only thing better than a $2.6 Million upfront plus $5,000.00 A Week For Life SuperPrize Win is that same Win with a commemorative feast! This just begs the question: If you won a SuperPrize, what would be your celebratory feast of choice?

Win $2.6 Million upfront plus $5,000.00 A Week For Life

Not such an easy question, is it? I mean, there are so many decadent choices and the sky is the limit… lobster tails, prime rib, duck confit! Or maybe your feast of choice would be one with all desserts… every flavor of ice cream, mountains of chocolate, a cavalcade of cookies! I say, why choose – if you won a “Turn Back Time” SuperPrize , you could have all of it and more! It is a celebration after all! So which foods would you include? Let’s all share some of our favorite foods in the comments below – and if you have a recipe you want to share – feel free to post it!

Feast of Choice – the Hamburger

But celebratory food doesn’t have to be fancy. I mean, not everyone wants beef Wellington or caviar. In fact, America’s number one favorite food is the humble hamburger. Yup – according to a recent study, the hamburger came in at number one, and honestly, it’s not hard to believe. Would the ever-popular burger be part of your feast of choice? I feel compelled to ask – cheese or no cheese?

Feast of Choice – Pasta

My feast of choice would definitely include pasta galore – and a “Turn Back Time” prize, where a winner gets win-for-life back payments for the past 10 years – meaning $2,600,000.00 upfront plus $5,000.00 A Week For Life – could sure buy lots of macaroni! I’d be swimming in sauce! Ha-ha! Actually, my favorite pasta dish is penne with spinach and sun-dried tomatoes in garlic and oil. This makes my inner Italian and my belly very happy! If you’re a pasta lover, tell me your favorite pasta dish in the comments below – and don’t be shy – we’re not counting calories today!

All this food talk has made me hungry. What about you? Any hunger pangs or cravings right about now? You know, food doesn’t have to be expensive, and it doesn’t have to be extravagant, but a meal always tastes best when shared with friends and family! I hope you’re enjoying you’re very own celebratory feast of choice soon!

Tina P.
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