I'm guessing it means "ready to eat" but it could mean "ready to party," if one has a particularly talented duck.
This is a REALLY useful sentence. When I go to Italy next year, i know I'll never be at a loss for words again!
"Pronta" means that someone finished the execution of the food or anything else as a homework, a road, a dress....
I think this means that Golduck is ready to fight... (if you don't get my comment, look for Golduck on Google). =)
Speaking as a person who owns a duck that is actually ready, I am very pleased that I have learned how to say this sentence in Italian.
This is an instant classic and I would love the text on a T-shirt, but sometimes, I really need a specific context shown next to a given sentence. It could be valuable, I think.