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Frodo and Sam
Bacon and ham.
Lembas and Spam
Herbs and Stewed Rabbit
Hobbit meal
Elven feast
Apple (Pippins favourite ? )
Bill Ferney's nose (Sam's tartget)
Brego ( Aragorns horse in Helms Deeop )
Hasufel (Aragorn's horse at Helm's Deep per the book)
Arod (the horse Eomer borrowed to Legolas and Gimli )
Forty-two = the number Tolkien chose for Gimli to win in the whack an orc contest with Legolas.

Now did Douglas Adams choose that same number for the answer to the age old question on purpose, or was it a coincidence, or did he send it via a worm-hole in the space-time continuum back to Tolkien in the first place? Elf Confused Smilie We will never know, for they are both gone, but not forgotten.
Helms Deep
Dunharrow
Beacons of Gondor
Red Arrow Rider
Theoden
ThÚodred
Rohirrim
Mearas
Shadowfax
Gandalf
Wielder of the flame of Anor
Demon of Fire
Mount Doom
Sauron
The One Ring
Narya (one of them )
Dwarven Rings
Nazg˙l
Foul Dwimmerlaik = what Eowyn called the Lord of the Nazgul as he approached the dying King Theoden.
Rohan
P˙kel-men
Stones
Three Trolls
Bilbo
midget
Dwarf
Halfling
Merry
Estella Bolger = Merry's wife
Rosie ( Sams wife )
Golldielocks her daughter
Frodo
Odo Proudfoot, one of the Proudfoots or should that be 'Proudfeet'?
Brandybuck
took
Gamgee
Taters
Newborn
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