Jamie Oliver Rogan Josh from scratch - involves grinding spices in mortar and pestle. With herbies powder https://docs.google.com/document/d/1HXT6uSKtQfIKd5NATdUNJdinWEEGSuZyHDN9X56O8_E/edit Well Fed's spice mix here http://www.theclothesmakethegirl.com/2011/05/24/homemade-rogan-josh-seasoning/
“bunnychow.” Traditionally, hallowed quarter loaves of white bread are filled with spicy curried meats or beans. Here, you can choose between white, wholegrain, or brioche bread, stuffed with savory ingredients such as mutton curry, raita, and mango chutney (the Durban Bunny); and pulled pork with Piri Piri sauce (the Piri Piri Pork Bunny).
Originated in South Africa, but actually from the heart of India – the ‘Bunny Chow’ is a dish which started out as a necessity but soon became a delicacy! Indians (mostly workers) traditionally ate roti and beans, but they were not allowed to enter shops or restaurants. So, instead of roti bread was used as a substitute to make the dish a take-away food. Bread was hollowed out and filled with beans and other vegetable curries. Meat fillings also became popular later on.