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    Posted: 28 June 2015 at 18:53
A few months ago at a family gathering my wife's BIL mentioned once living in an apartment complex that was also home to many Bosnian refugees. He was kindly invited to join in a festival of some sort. One of the featured foods was a sausage that was grilled in a long coil, cut into lengths and then baked in a bread dough forming a sort of pig in a blanket. ( if I correctly remember Joe's description.) He asked for the recipe but was unceremoniously told that cooking was women's work. Anybody got any ideas about this?
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Hi, Tom - 

It sounds familiar, but I don't recall anything specific. I will see what I can find out. 

My guess is that any preferred sausage along with any bread/pizza-type dough would be close, but if you want to duplicate the actual Bosnian flavour profile, we might have to do a little research!
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A quick look found a recipe for a skinless, finger size sausage, a mixture of beef and lamb, seasoned up with a lot of onion and garlic, grilled or sauteed and served in pita bread.
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Bringing back memories of Sausage Bobbat.
Split cooked smoked pork sausage baked in a spoon bread batter

so If I had to guess maybe Grilled Cevapcicci served in Somun?

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