My daughter's school asks for help by donating no-perishable food items for the Christmas raffle which will be held during a Christmas party.
They are looking for 'Christmas' type good to make up luxury hampers containing items such as:
Boxed mince pies
Stollen/small Christmas cake
Tin of ham
Chocolates After dinner mints
Wine, Sherry etc
Tin of salmon
And other no-perishable item we can think of that we would usually find in a luxury Christmas hamper.
I have never heard of Christmas Hampers! And I have no idea of some 'Christmas type' goods listed above, such as 'shortbread', 'stollen'. I haven't even eaten a Christmas pudding, and asked my wife if she knew. She said, 'yes, I have bought one after Christmas one year for a reduced price. But it tastes awful.' I said, 'They seems pour some liquid on it and ignite a big fire on the Christmas dinner table.' My wife said,'That's whiskey.'
As usual, I resorted on Internet, and have a basic idea of a Christmas Hamper.