Someone’s made Rachel’s traditional English trifle from Friends

It doesn't taste like feet, according to the dedicated Friends fan, but it is "f***ing horrible"

There’s watching repeats of every single episode, knowing the theme tune off by heart and endlessly quoting the sitcom’s wisdom to your pals. And then there’s this. 

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One seriously dedicated Friends fan @JPKillham has spent his own money and free time hand-crafting a copy of Rachel’s traditional English trifle. You know, the one with the lady-fingers, jam, custard and, er, beef sautéed with peas and onions from Thanksgiving season six? 

We’re not sure what inspired him to put on his apron 16 years (yep – we are old now) after the episode first aired – Ross conclusively confirmed that Rachel’s recipe mishap didn’t make a tasty culinary creation back in 1999 – but this tweet makes it sound like his plans have long been in motion:  

We have to admit the finished pudding doesn’t look all that bad…

Until you cut into it, that is.

The verdict? According to @JPKillham, the trifle doesn’t actually taste like feet, but he’s not a huge fan: “it’s f***ing horrible”. 

There’s “enough nice trifle stuff that we keeping eating more of it” he adds, saying: “I thought I’d be able to compartmentalise the clashing flavours, but I cannot.”

Surprisingly there’s still some left. If you’re keen for a taste, we’re sure he would happily let you take a portion or two off his hands…

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