Where did the sandwich originate?
the sandwich invented by lord sandwich
(no that's not a joke)
he was a gambler and he didnt have time to eat so packed his food bread
England ...sandwich......as in chip butty or french fry sandwich
The 'invention' of the sandwich is credited to John Montagu, also known as the 4th Earl of Sandwich.
Jim's Steakout, Buffalo, NY
the grilled cheese started in america!
someone screwed up while making a sandwich with sugar ?! XD
Sweden, 1893, meaning an "open sandwich table".
A 'bobbie' is a sandwich @ Capriotti's. It has Turkey, Stuffing, Cranberry Sauce & Mayo.
The Earl of Sandwhich asked for a complete meal he could eat while playing cards.
The word burger is a shortened form of the word hamburger, which gets its name from the city of Hamburg, in Germany, from where the hot sandwich known as a burger originated.
Ham sandwich Ham and cheese sandwich Roast beef sandwich Chicken sandwich Tuna salad sandwich Chicken salad sandwich Cold cut sandwich
There are too many food combinations to list every hot and cold sandwich possible, but here is a list of some popular sandwiches: Bologna sandwich Hamburger Cheeseburger Chicken Sandwich Chicken Salad sandwich Tuna salad sandwich Roast beef sandwich Ham sandwich Ham and cheese sandwich Hot ham and cheese sandwich Fish sandwich Cheese sandwich Grilled cheese sandwich Patty melt sandwich Reuben sandwich
The food 'sandwich' is named after the Earl of Sandwich, who was famous for eating them. Sandwich is a town in southeastern England.
a sandwich bed is a bedmade of sandwich
what ever you want to put on a sandwich is what is on a sandwich
Count Sandwich discovered sandwich.
sub sandwich salami sandwich summer sausage sandwich sardine sandwich Swiss cheese and ham
meatball sandwich marshmallow and peanut butter sandwich mozzarella and tomato sandwich mushroom and Swiss steak sandwich misquite turkey and mayo sandwich marble rye, ham and Swiss cheese sandwich
Although the modern concept of a sandwich using slices of bread (as found within the Western World) can arguably be traced to 18th century Europe, the use of some kind of bread or bread-like substance to wrap, or lie under some other type of food, long predates this use, and has been found in numerous much older cultures worldwide.
Sandwich in English = Sandwich in French
The spanish word for "sandwich" is "el sandwich" (no joke).
a golfer's favorite sandwich is a CLUB SANDWICH!
Cookie sandwiches can be called sandwich cookies, cream sandwich cookies, or sandwich cream cookies.
In the USA, people seems to like the barbecue chicken sandwich. It's a very popular sandwich. The grilled cheese sandwich is another well known sandwich.
A club sandwich is a cold sandwich with two layers of fillings between 3 slices of bread.
An open sandwich, also called open-face or open-faced sandwich is a sandwich without the top piece of bread.
The address of the Sandwich District Library is: 107 East Center Street, Sandwich, 60548 1692
a tuna sandwich : un sandwich au thon
No, I have not seen your sandwich. I'm just not sure which sandwich you mean.
A three-layer sandwich is a triple-decker sandwich.
The word sandwich originated in England. It is said that it is named after the Earl of Sandwich who is supposed to have been the first to make a sandwich.
The Turkey sandwich would because he would gobble up the chicken sandwich!!
You could eat a fried bologna sandwich with lettuce and mayonnaise. Or a hot ham with melted cheese sandwich. Or a grilled cheese sandwich.
Unless a shop has a specialty sandwich named a knuckle sandwich, the term is used for a punch in the mouth by a fist.
The address of the Sandwich Historical Society is: 129 Main St, Sandwich, MA 02563-2233
The address of the Heritage Plantation Of Sandwich is: 67 Grove St, Sandwich, MA 02563-2110
The address of the Sandwich Free Public Library is: 142 Main Street, Sandwich, 02563 2298
I am your sandwich
A sandwich that is small.
A sandwich that has ketchup in it.
No, a kebab is not a sandwich.
It is ceapaire.
A ham sandwich is "un sandwich au jambon" in French.
There is an old English family called Sandwich. Could have been the Earl of Sandwich.
ham and pickle sandwich i suppose
Yes, you can broil a sandwich. Watch closely as it toasts to avoid the sandwich burning.
The spread used on a sandwich adds flavor and moisture to the sandwich.
You get a grill and put a sandwich on it. Voila you have a grilled sandwich. PS: Don't burn it
A Tuckerton sandwich is a specialty sandwich made in a deli in Tuckerton, New Jersey.
The food in the middle of a sandwich could be called a sandwich "filling."