Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Hypergolic Christmas pudding

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No need* to heat; place in the centre of the table cold, and remove the cover. The outer layer of the pudding immediately burts into flame, heating the inner portion to the perfect temperature.

Not suitable for diners of a nervous disposition, or indeed anyone not clad head-to-toe in Nomex.

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*Apparently heating is inavisable. As is subjecting the pudding to friction. Or shock. Or temperatures above 23 Centigrade. Or excessive vibration, i.e. any vibration.

8th of 7, Dec 15 2019

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       Is there anything that will happily burst into flame upon exposure to room air but NOT Christmas pudding?
bs0u0155, Dec 16 2019

       <Waves away dense cloud of smoke/>   

       We'll get back to you on that.
8th of 7, Dec 16 2019


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