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Post by GrannyGrottbags » Thu Jan 29, 2015 8:01 am

I want one!! First time I've seen this lol :dance:

Move over bacon sandwich! Brioche loaf stuffed with black pudding, beans and fried egg called The Full English Bunny wins breakfast award
Brioche is stuffed with sausage, bacon, tomato, black pudding and an egg
£4 dish won UK's Most Innovative Breakfast in the Best Breakfast Awards
TV Chef Phil Vickery helped judge the most innovative category

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/artic ... z3QCAo0wRg

Bunny chow, often referred to as a bunny,[1] is a South African fast food dish consisting of a hollowed out loaf of bread filled with curry. It originated in the Durban Indian community.[2] Bunny chow is also called a kota ("quarter")[citation needed] in many parts of South Africa.The bunny chow was created in Durban, home to a large community of people of Indian origin. The precise origins of the food are disputed, although its creation has been dated to the 1940s. It was also sold in Gwelo, Rhodesia (now Gweru) during World War II and is still sold in the nearby town of Kadoma, formerly known as Gatooma.

Stories of the origin of bunny chow date as far back as the migrant Indian workers arrival in South Africa. One account suggests that Indian migrant workers from India who were brought to South Africa to work the sugar cane plantations of Kwazulu-Natal (Port Natal) required a way of carrying their lunches to the field; a hollowed out loaf of bread was a convenient way to transport their vegetarian curries. Meat based fillings came later. The use of a loaf of bread can also be ascribed to the lack of the traditional roti bread, in the absence of which a loaf of bread would be acceptable as an accompaniment to curry.

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