Photo and recipe after the jump.
A blogger who made the dish as directed by the article (which includes the recipe at the end) describes bunny chow thus:
As lore and legend has it, it actually originates from Durban, South Africa, which has a high population of Indians. The Banias people created the dish as a way to feed people on the street who were banned from restaurants. The insides of half (or quarter or whole) a loaf of bread are scooped out and it is filled with a curry. In the beginning, the curry was vegetarian due to the low expense. We opted for the lamb filled version.
The article itself is unfortunately not online. Afar, a travel mag, launches next week.