How to Make CHRISTMAS DINNER IN A CAN – DIY Christmas Tinner

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I have been thinking about tasting Christmas Tinner for over a year now, and since it doesn’t really exist I had to make my own. Behold, the 9-layer beast that is Christmas Tinner. Designed to be eaten directly from the top of the can starting with breakfast of scrambled eggs and bacon, mince pie, turkey and potatoes, gravy, bread sauce, cranberry sauce, broccoli, carrots and parsnips, and finally, Christmas pudding.

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