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A three-course Christmas dinner in a sandwich

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Christmas lunch is the meal many people most look forward to all year: turkey with all the trimmings on the 25th, then turkey sandwiches on Boxing Day. But why confine it to just two days?

In answer to that very question, Marks & Spencer have created a three-course Christmas dinner sandwich - helpfully named the 3-course Christmas Feast - to satisfy cravings from now until the New Year.

http://www.dailymail...e-sandwich.html

I notice the packet has "help shelter" on the front of it so it must a charity fund raiser.

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Ow! theres me thinking i would not have to cook, its JUST a sandwich.

I do love their food, but I will not be serving them as a substitute on the day.

The charity bit puts me off buying it full stop now though, if i want to donate I will, but do not want to be forced to.

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Unfortunately, I only eat my three-course Christmas feast's from cans.

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Oh yum, I am deffo trying one of those! 619.gif

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:w00t: I want one! Then I don't have to fill up a plate and use utensils. Perfect.

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For any occasion there is a sandwich to fill it. Yum Yum, give me another bite.

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There's just something so wrong about this......

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