that title makes no sense, don't worry - it just means
you're not a Discworld reader. The "sausage-inna-bun"
is one of the many dubiously-called edibles sold by
"Cut-Me-Own-Throat" Dibbler in Terry Pratchett's
Discworld books. As with yesterday's dwarf bread, what
I packed for my lunch is fairly inauthentic Discworld
food because it is edible. Specifically, it's a turkey
bratwurst on a bun made from cafeteria
roll dough. With this are some
baked steak fries
(a little salute to Rincewind, the Discworld's chief
potatovore) that I cooked with some rubbed sage.
Then, in a little lettuce cup, there's some Kool-Aid pickles.
Yes, you read that right - pickles treated with Kool-Aid,
in this case Ice Blue Raspberry Lemonade, to make them
turn blue and sweet. Yes, I'm still making with the
blue food! And though combining Kool-Aid and pickles
sounds icky... well, try it.
mochi - look, I made a lot of it, so you're gonna
see a lot of it - and a sweet rice cake thing. Sugary
puffed rice formed into a brick shape that tastes like
breakfast cereal. But it's Chinese, so that makes it
cultural as opposed to simple junk food.