Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Brish

Bread shaped like fishbones, a halfbreed like none other
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Lightly baked seasoned bread shaped like a skeletal fish mainly eaten as a snack while reading new posts on the 'bakery

omnomnomnom

Edit: Name changed from Bish to something that I think rolls of the toungue a little better que flaming *holds out ready-to-roast Brish bun*

xxobot, May 24 2010

Breadfish http://www.youtube....watch?v=oc_P_utDT3k
The antithesis. [DrWorm, May 25 2010]

Fishbone / Croissant conversion Fishbone_20to_20Croissant_20conversion
And vice-versa [csea, May 25 2010]

came across this amusing piece http://www.seriouse...l-shaped-foods.html
I'm sure the fishbones have been done [dentworth, May 25 2010]

do you think [jutta] was thinking of this? http://en.wikipedia...eding_the_multitude
[xandram, May 25 2010]

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       Maybe mixed with Fread?   

       See [link].
csea, May 25 2010
  

       Good with Gin I'm lead to understand.
zen_tom, May 25 2010
  

       Jinfish... a new bit of sushi.
blissmiss, May 25 2010
  

       jinbish - yay!
po, May 25 2010
  

       Fread was actually my prototype name for this idea...   

       ...and I changed the name, sorry po
xxobot, May 26 2010
  

       You could call it po! A distillation of poisson and dough.
DrBob, May 26 2010
  

       Sounds like some wet, soggy contraction of British, which is oddly appropriate for a fish-based pastry snack.   

       Brish and chips, anyone?
RayfordSteele, May 26 2010
  


 

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