Let's face it, the Brits and Australians can't even pronounce "boerewors", so what makes British boerewors uniquely Australian?
Or is that something that only international financiers can tell you?
It reminds me of something that happened 40 years ago, back in the old South Africa.
A friend of mine was called up by the army for a military camp "somewhere on the border", to guard against all the "terrorists" who were trying to infiltrate from Zambia and points north.
And one night they were given for supper a tin of
Bull Brand Braised Steak
Specially produced by
Damara Meat Packers Ltd, Windhoek SWA
Cold Storage Board of Zambia
PO Box 1915, Lusaka, Zambia
But I don't think it beats the uniquely Australian British boerewors.
Or is it kangaroo boerewors, with kangaroo meat being exported to Britain for turning into sausages?
I suppose that would make it uniquely Australian.