Tag: Sandwich

Adding zing to your sandwich
Food

Adding zing to your sandwich

North Americans and English love to eat sandwich. After all, it was an Englishman with a lordship title granted to him created the now popular combination. Generally, sandwich consists of two slices of bread with some filling that can range from hard boiled, seasoned eggs, to ham and cheese, bacon, […]

The Origins of Sandwich.
Food

The Origins of Sandwich.

Sandwich Sandwich in all its forms (4×4, sub, buns, wraps, panini just to name a few) has become ubiquitous in North America. Practically everyone in a fast moving economy indulges in a sandwich at least once a week, some practically daily. Danish on the other hand like open-faced sandwiches, which […]

The Origin of the Famous Reuben Sandwich.
Food

The Origin of the Famous Reuben Sandwich.

Reuben Sandwich Deli fans like to believe that the best corned beef and pastrami sandwiches, are served in Manhattan’s delicatessen stores. There are many credible delis in Montreal, even in Toronto. The question of who exactly started producing corned beef and pastrami has been settled. Eastern European Jewish immigrants brought […]

Sandwich – A Global History.
Book Reviews

Sandwich – A Global History.

While many people dream and reminisce about their gastronomic experiences, some even write voluminous books, most, at least in English speaking countries, eat sandwiches more frequently than complete meals of any sort. Sandwich eating is not confined to English speaking countries alone these days. The French, generally considered to be […]