Whether you’re planning a feast for guests (or perhaps just for two), or looking for the ideal gift, a Christmas hamper rarely disappoints. Packing in everything you need for a delicious Christmas, with traditional fayre nestled alongside some less conventional treats, these attractive options won’t disappoint. Over the years, John Lewis has established itself as the retailer everyone associates with Christmas cosiness, and this generous hamper has got it baked right in.
Ever wondered why Christmas pudding is known as plum pudding, despite its lack of plums? The cider and sherry keeps things on the stronger side – all the better for it, in our opinion, but one to avoid if you wince at too much liquor.
Researchers, who conducted a study for private jet charter company Stratos Jets, which was seen by The Sun, interviewed 119 flight attendants to find out some of the worst things they’ve done while on a duty on a plane. Interestingly, over 35% of cabin crew admitted that they had watered down passengers’ drinks. 74.8% of flight attendants also revealed that they had refused service to an intoxicated passenger on a flight.
From foot-long pigs in blankets to Brussels sprout flavoured tea, these are the most bonkers items to add to your shopping list this year.