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Christmas Dinner in a Can

Christmas Dinner? Yes we Can

Christmas Dinner in a Can

Christmas Dinner? Yes we Can

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Hot and steamy!

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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Place the can on its lid

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Pierce outer jacket with key (included)

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Open can and wait 12 minutes

butters

Crackers not included (sorry)

Of course this whole exercise would be completely pointless if food was a flop, but HotCan recipes are really rather delish. You won’t be awarding any Michelin Stars, but they’re certainly up there with your respectable ready meals. Plus, Your Christmas Dinner HotCan is nutritionally balanced, so as well as satisfying all your Christmas cravings, you’ll stay trim and terrific.

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Please Note:
  • Can will become quite hot after heating, care should be taken
Product Features:
  • Self-heating meal of: Turkey casserole with winter veg, chipolatas, stuffing balls and cranberry jelly
Dimensions:
  • Contains approximately 400g

Customer Reviews

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What is the shelf life on these?
Kristie, Nashville, TN - 19th December 2012
Firebox says: Hey Katie, these will last you well into 2013!
If I eat this on any other day do I risk arrest? Or is the 'Christmas day' thing not enforceable by law?
Sheng, Sydney - 17th December 2012
Firebox says: We at firebox believe strongly that Christmas dinner should be eaten anytime of the year! After all wasn't it Slade that once sang "I wish it could be Christmas everyday"
Would it be socially acceptable to serve these straight to the table on Christmas day? I have 8 coming, so think of the washing up to be saved!
Eastbeast, Haverhill - 9th December 2012
Firebox says: If you do be sure to film it, the reactions would be priceless!
I'm not sure if Bill, Wendyville was being sarcastic or not, but I think that would be a great idea! My husband and I have worked with the homeless for many years, and this would be a great addition to the gift bags we give out. (They all have practical items inside. ) Will you be making these next year? (Pleasesayyespleasesayyes!).
K8 Johnson, United States - 9th December 2012
Firebox says: We update our range of Hot Cans constantly so keep watching this space for the new flavors in 2013
Out of all the pictures you could use you go for glob of dripping snot on a fork....
King, - 6th December 2012
Firebox says: mmmmm sprouts!
How do we no if were not receiving this item?
Linda, Bognor - 5th December 2012
Firebox says: Hi Linda, drop us a line with your order number to info@firebox.com and we will let you know!