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Why is there always one piece of Ravioli left in the tin???

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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
Just a thought....
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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
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#1
starsparkle2311
mmmmmmmmm Ravioli, haven't had that for ages:-D


My 2 year old loves it, only Heinz though no other comes close lol.
#2
Tinned Raviolli euuuuggghhh.

I adore Italian food but have never liked Raviolli at all.
banned#3
starsparkle2311
mmmmmmmmm Ravioli, haven't had that for ages:-D


ME 3!!!

ravioli with those little smiley face chips
#4
Love Ravioli on toast with a little grated chedder on top mmmmmmmmmmmm:)
#5
If the tin of said ravioli has been sat on the shelf a while, turn the tin upsidedown and open from that end. All the contents should fall out.

This method can also be used to evacuate all the baked beans from their tins too, in one go.
#6
meandog101
If the tin of said ravioli has been sat on the shelf a while, turn the tin upsidedown and open from that end. All the contents should fall out.

This method can also be used to evacuate all the baked beans from their tins too, in one go.


Handy advice lol
#7
meandog101
If the tin of said ravioli has been sat on the shelf a while, turn the tin upsidedown and open from that end. All the contents should fall out.

This method can also be used to evacuate all the baked beans from their tins too, in one go.


You have thought about this long and hard and had lot's of experience with this have'nt you:)
#8
mikebike
You have thought about this long and hard and had lot's of experience with this have'nt you:)


How many people are trying this right now ??!! :roll:
#9
What if the can has a ring pull though - maybe you should store your tins upside down and when ready to use turn can right way up to use the ring pull :thumbsup:
#10
I don't know, I don't buy ravioli in tins.
#11
mikebike;5059002
Love Ravioli on toast with a little grated chedder on top mmmmmmmmmmmm:)


That made me drool slightly lol :p

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