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Mmmm sounds delicious

Turkey casserole with winter veg, chipolatas, stuffing balls and cranberry jelly



So the turkey’s lost in transit, someone spilled the stuffing or you’re just doing a spot of Christmas camping. Well, never fear, because thanks to the Christmas Dinner HotCan everyone can enjoy a piping-hot, pre-packed Christmas meal.

When it’s time for your festive feast, simply remove the rubber cap, pierce the holes, open the insulated can and try not to drool on yourself as a totally safe exothermic reaction heats up your Christmas chow in about 12 minutes. We’ve heard of convenience food but this is ridiculous. Mmm…Turkey casserole with all the trimmings.
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ereiamjh 19 Likes
Does this have the Samaritans' number on the packaging by any chance?
AD959 17 Likes
big8yearold
need 10 for the family.. sorted!!!!!
...........and a vasectomy! oO

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faye51199 3 Likes #1
Ha Ha - Love it! Perhaps I'll get one of these for each family member instead of slaving over the Turkey!
leedale30 1 Like #2
not as cheap as the Christmas pot noodles they were selling off at asda for 20p
chesterdraws 3 Likes #3
Thanks. That's my Xmas dinner sorted. :)
HunterGatherer#4
The chilli bean one of these is really tasty............thanks OP. Ordered 4. They keep for ages..... :)

Postage was £1.95, but there is the possibility of 8% Quidco...........
big8yearold#5
need 10 for the family.. sorted!!!!!
swych1#6
Sounds awful
natversion1#7
Better than the chicken in a can
peterborough123#8
Why would anyone bother with Christmas dinner in a can??? Vile!
ereiamjh 19 Likes #9
Does this have the Samaritans' number on the packaging by any chance?
dan20rhino#10
HunterGatherer
The chilli bean one of these is really tasty............thanks OP. Ordered 4. They keep for ages..... :)

Postage was £1.95, but there is the possibility of 8% Quidco...........

Lol I dread to think what goes into these
pd040153 1 Like #11
dan20rhino
HunterGatherer
The chilli bean one of these is really tasty............thanks OP. Ordered 4. They keep for ages..... :)

Postage was £1.95, but there is the possibility of 8% Quidco...........

Lol I dread to think what goes into these

chilli and beans ???
Geldof84#12
HEAT ADDED!! made me chuckle @@
cb-uk 3 Likes #13
And you too could be "Billy No Mates" ;)

http://media.firebox.com/pic/p5602_extra2.jpg
aliali204#14
Sounds horrible
tazinio 1 Like #15
This has to give you cancer
_g_#16
ereiamjh
Does this have the Samaritans' number on the packaging by any chance?
At £7.64, I'd expect it to have the phone number of a trendy wine bar ;).

Nice gimmick, but for that money you could get a pretty tasty ready meal.
Probably even get a cheap solid fuel stove on ebay with fuel, a pan from freecycle and cook said ready meal for a much tastier solution to eating where there wouldn't traditionally be a cooker for less money :).


This was my 'Christmas dinner' last year:
http://sphotos-c.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/331266_10150453172440689_665612454_o.jpg
No, really! I did have a few other bits, but on a budget and a diet.
Usually cook a big one for a few friends, but now living elsewhere in the country so couldn't justify the cost or calories.

As I posted at the time:

To be fair, I did have some other food later. Finished off a bag of doritios with melted cheese (3 bowls worth), a stuffing ring thing with doggy-bag from someone else's Christmas dinner, 1/2 of a silly expensive (but incredibly tasty) Morrisons tiramisu, a pack of weight watchers cake bars and some chocolates, profiteroles from aforementioned doggy bag etc.

I was going to get a big lump of meat, then started assembling other stuff... then realised I shouldn't be spending loads etc, so put it all back (bar the stuffing ring) and replaced with above £1 burger.


Edited By: _g_ on Nov 21, 2012 18:42
pdbis#17
Is it halal?
AD959 17 Likes #18
big8yearold
need 10 for the family.. sorted!!!!!
...........and a vasectomy! oO
freccle 1 Like #19
Ideal for soon to be ex son in law
Russonf 1 Like #20
freccle
Ideal for soon to be ex son in law
harsh mummy susan

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