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Michael Jackson’s Last Meal

by | 29th, July 2009

michael_jackson-foodMICHAEL Jackson Watch: Jackson’s chef Kai Chase speaks out about Dr Conrad Murray, Oxygen and cooking the book…

On the day Michael Jackson died, his personal chef says her first hint of something amiss was when his doctor didn’t come downstairs to get the juices and granola he routinely brought the King of Pop for breakfast each morning.

Dr. Conrad Murray, the focus of manslaughter investigation, also acted as a waiter? Now read on…

The doctor usually arrived about 9 or 9:30 p.m. and would go upstairs to Jackson’s room, and she said she would not see him again before she left – sometimes late in the evening – but understood he was staying the night.

In the morning, when she arrived for work, Chase said she would see the doctor coming down the steps carrying oxygen tanks.

Anorak has long suspected that Jackson misunderstood those 50 nights at the 02 Centre, London, mistaking them for a chance for a prolonged spell of deep breathing. The shock of discovering that he had to sing and dance might well have killed him.

The Day The Sunglasses Went On

“I started preparing the lunch and then I looked at my cell phone and it was noon. About 12:05 or 12:10 Dr. Murray runs down the steps and screams, ‘Go get Prince!’ He’s screaming very loud. I run into the den where the kids are playing. Prince (Jackson’s oldest son) runs to meet Dr. Murray and from that point on you could feel the energy in the house change.

“I walked into the hall and I saw the children there. The daughter was crying. I saw paramedics running up the stairs.”

At that point, Chase said, the small group that was gathered – the children, their nanny, a housekeeper and Chase – held hands and began to pray. As paramedics raced up to the room, Chase recalls, “We were all praying, ‘Help Mr. Jackson be O.K.’

“Then everyone was very quiet.”

The Jackson Diet

On most days, she said, Murray would bring Jackson the special fruit juice drinks Chase prepared for him, followed by granola with almond milk. For lunch, Jackson would eat with the children from a menu that included such things as spinach salad and chicken.

Murray sometimes joined them for dinner, which might be a seared ahi tuna.

The Taste of Jackson

As for Chase’s future, she said Jackson encouraged her to write a cookbook and she has written one tentatively titled, “Fit for a King.” It includes recipes she cooked for Jackson and the story of the time she worked for him.

“He was an inspiration to me,” she said.

The cookbook is coming. It being what Jackson would have wanted…

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