... to eat before you die* was the subject of a brilliant post by Neil at Food For Thought, involving wonderful things like wild barramundi and boletus edulis.
Neil kindly invited my contribution.
1. A bowl of onion soup, a loaf of bread and a glass of red wine in a tiny café in a village in rural France in spring, followed by an afternoon nap under an ancient tree on a hillside.
2. A piece of cheese, some fresh laid eggs and some good ham from a friendly farmer's wife during an extended walk through rural England on a warm day in high summer.
3. Some quickly chargrilled fresh-caught squid and a glass of white wine on a balcony on a Greek Island with the sun sinking into the sea.
4. A plate of borscht and some vodka late at night in the dining car of an express train in the middle of a Siberian winter with snow hammering on the windows.
Can someone suggest number 5?
(*Part of a joint project - we seem to have gotten over the word 'meme', hurray! - developed by Melissa at The Traveler's Lunchbox, where she is tabulating all responses into a masterlist - email her yours or comment at the post and she will add them. Over a hundred lists of five greatest meals can already be seen at the post. Interesting and appetising reading!)