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Christmas Dinner in a Tin

Started by: govgaff
On: 22/11/2012 | 21:43
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by: govgaff
on: 22/11/2012 | 21:43
When you think of Christmas dinner, a golden turkey, yummy roast potatoes and maybe some brussel sprouts usually spring to mind.

Well one company has decided to put all of that in one little tin for around £5.00.

The festive feast, called a HotCan, squeezes in a turkey casserole, veggies, stuffing and chipolata sausages.

Unlike the real thing there's no need to wait hours for it to cook, the whole meal is ready in just 12 minutes.

The Christmas can heats itself using a special chemical process which triggers when you open it.

A spokesman for the company said: "Christmas Dinner will never be the same again."

http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/20427220
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by: bokotov
on: 22/11/2012 | 21:45

Well I,m still not doing the washing up.

Message 2 of 48
by: j_s
on: 22/11/2012 | 21:48
My usual beans on toast is still quicker
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Message 3 of 48
by: imshy
on: 22/11/2012 | 22:01
Eew sounds revolting Smiley Tongue
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Message 4 of 48
by: kingedward
on: 22/11/2012 | 22:17
Well it would certainly save a lot of time! But if you're lazy at cooking christmas dinner, Tesco's has a sandwich 'christmas dinner and the trimmings'. It's epic.
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by: imshy
on: 22/11/2012 | 22:18
Ha ha maybe get that for work Smiley Tongue
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Message 6 of 48
by: craig_w
on: 22/11/2012 | 22:19
Chemicals make the tin warm up, god knows what your eating!
Message 7 of 48
by: ste53
on: 22/11/2012 | 22:48

looks lovelly ....NOT

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Message 8 of 48
by: hotsteel
on: 22/11/2012 | 23:04
Mouth watering already mmm, anything that safes time cooking is always good 4me lol
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