On Saturday 12 January 2002, in the early evening, seven persons are invited to eat seven meals in public. Each person is given a different meal. Each menu had been composed and ordered by a death row inmate, served as his or her last meal before being executed. The guests are the winners of a “game” proposed by the American artist Kate Ross. The tension between life and the inhumanity of execution is stretched to its limit, as it is presented here in the relationship to food and “one’s favorite meal.”