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    Sally Bun

    The Sally Bun! Sigh, any other ex Victoria BC residents remember it? I've been hunting for a recipe - but no luck yet.

    Great for lunch.
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    Re: Sally Bun

    Talk to his Mum
    <hr>Using a family bread recipe given to him by his mother Muriel, Todd has created a unique and delightful product that keeps customers coming back again and again. <hr>
    Now I grew up (6~30 years) in Richmond. No Sally Buns but great Chinese food!

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    Re: Sally Bun

    At first I thought you must mean Sally Lunn.

    Funny thing is, my mum used to make a Sally Lunn that was quite different. In Yorkshire it was a bigger, ovalish 'lump' loaf with dried fruit, candied peel, sugar and extra butter in it.
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    Re: Sally Bun

    They are a close mouthed lot in Victoria <img src=/S/grin.gif border=0 alt=grin width=15 height=15>, but I'll see what my spies can do.
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    Re: Sally Bun

    Well, actually I think the bread dough is a variation on a Sally Lunn. Taste testing is required! But it was the fillings that were sooo great and apparently limited only by the imagination of the cooks.
    I'll keep you posted as to my results.

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