Christmas is fast approaching, with families across the world starting to think about what to eat on the day of celebration. And while many will happily gorge themselves on turkey, ham, trifle and Christmas pudding, others simply don’t want to put in that much effort.
The meal features nine layers in total, first scrambled egg and bacon, followed by two mince pie, then turkey and potatoes, gravy, bread sauce, cranberry sauce, veggies and stuffing. Next some carrots and parsnips, and as a sweet treat at the end, some Christmas pudding.
The creative idea may not sound that appetising but it has once again sparked quite a bit of interest online, with most intrigued by the different style of feast.
“It looks disgusting…but this is probably the reason I would have to try this,” one person commented on Twitter. While another wrote: “Is this for real? I almost want to try it just because it looks so gross!”
And a third said: “For when you just don’t care”.
Although it may not be at the top of the shopping list for some, it certainly would bring back memories of other tinned delicacies.
Spam is among the most common that Baby Boomers either enjoyed or absolutely hated. First introduced in 1937 the canned meat was a mixture of pork, salt, water, plus a bunch of sugars to keep it compacted.
It definitely doesn’t sound that mouth-watering but it was eaten by many across the world, especially after World War II. Nowadays, not so much.
But there are still other popular canned foods doing the rounds such as peas, corn, baby carrots and sardines. For a more hearty meal, there are stews soups, or even hotdogs.
If you are struggling with funds there is even the option of buying a whole chicken in a can or some silverside.
As for dessert options, (which sound a bit more appealing), people still enjoy rice pudding and the many options of canned fruits which can easily be used to add a touch of sweetness to cereals.