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  • OldSaltyFart
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    That must be SuperFastFood, or the sauce'll come out, thru the bread.

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  • Mountain Man
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    Wrapping food up in a tortilla is essentially the same concept, as is pita bread sandwiches.

    I'll bet it's pretty good served that way.

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  • G David Bock
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    Originally posted by Pruitt View Post
    At the Texas Renaissance Festival there are several vendors that will sell you Red Beans or Beef Stew in a hollowed out round piece on bread. Back in medieval times it was not unusual to eat your meal on a flat piece of bread.

    Pruitt
    IIRC, the term for such was trencher and done often instead of using plates (or because there were no plates).

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  • Pruitt
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    At the Texas Renaissance Festival there are several vendors that will sell you Red Beans or Beef Stew in a hollowed out round piece on bread. Back in medieval times it was not unusual to eat your meal on a flat piece of bread.

    Pruitt

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  • Bwaha
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    Sure, it's how to serve Clam Chowder, Spinach dips, ect...


    http://www.yummly.com/recipes/bread-bowl-dip

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  • MonsterZero
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    Strange dish from South Africa. A hollowed out loaf of bread with stuff inside the hole, usually curry. Has anyone had one? Is it good?

    I grew up in a Slavic culture where bread is revered as a staple, but we could never come up with an idea of drilling a hole like that in the loaf.

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