I second Suzanne.
There's a lot of options and possibilities here.
I can start with a foodie fantasy that came true recently.
On Saturday, I visited with a friend in Boston, who is a fine wine salesman (he used to be my roommate - those were good times!) He LOVES our Master Sauce, so I told him that I would bring im enough to make his jaw drop and some fine Vermont tasties. I brought a beautiful steak from Tyler over at Stony Pond, some ground beef and hot italian sausage from Marc at Jericho Settlers Farm, and one each of all of the Boucher Cheeses (Boucher Family Farm), my own Kim Chi, some local asparagus, and a half gallon jar of Master Sauce. I got to his house (about 8pm, I left right after the farmers' market), met his new wife for the first time, and i prepped a beautiful array of Vermont fine food. As I prepped, he looked at everything, tasted some things, and then went shuffling through his cellar. He came upstairs with a 2002 Charmes-Chambert Grand Cru (excuse my spelling, I am remembering the name by memory.) He smiled at me, then removed the two bleu cheeses, telling me that he would save that for later. We ate mightily, laughed until late in the night and drank well. After my friend's wife went to sleep (she was wonderful and a lot of fun!), my friend brought the bleu cheeses back out and opened a Cockburn's 119 Vintage Porto. It was a nice night.
Now, although I REALLY enjoy a nice wine, I find that is often too 'foodie' for me and doesn't always fit my gourmet peasant sensibilities. (I do miss living with my friend Mat, though.) I am fairly sure, that I wasn't quite fully appreciative of the good wines that my friend lay before me.
So, I am going to have to really think about a special fantasy league food experience...
fun thoughts to be had!