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This page honors National Sandwich Month and sandwiches honored throughout the year. Enjoy reading as we provide you with a list of  "Well Known Sandwiches" & sandwiches from around the world ;)
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Definition of a sandwich
A sandwich is a food item made of two or more slices of leavened bread with one or more layers of filling, typically meat or cheese, with the addition of vegetables or salad. The bread can be used as is, or it can be coated with butter, oil, mustard or other condiments to enhance flavor and texture. In North American usage, sandwich may also refer to what is more commonly referred to in the rest of the world as a hamburger.

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List of Sandwiches: "Page 2" 

► Chip Butty Sandwich:  "A chip sandwich, french fry sandwich, or a chip butty as it is sometimes referred to in the United Kingdom and New Zealand, is a sandwich made with bread (usually white and buttered) and chips (french fries), often with some sort of sauce such as tomato sauce (i.e. ketchup) or brown sauce. It was originally considered a working-class meal, served in pubs. It is more common in the north of England."
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► Chocolate sandwich: is a sandwich with a chocolate filling. Sliced chocolate wafers are a popular option — some people use cheese graters to make the chocolate sandwiches more convenient. Melted chocolate and grated chocolate sandwiches are an alternative. rye bread, butter and chocolate shot or sprinkles (fine small chocolate candies, about 1x5 mm).
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► Choripán (plural: choripanes) is a type of sandwich with chorizo popular in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Peru, Puerto Rico, Uruguay and Venezuela. The name comes from the combination of the names of its ingredients: a grilled chorizo (sausage) and a pan (crusty bread) such as a marraqueta or baguette. It was invented in Argentina.
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► Club sandwich, also called a clubhouse sandwich, is a sandwich with toasted bread. It is often cut into quarters and held together by hors d'œuvre sticks. It has two layers separated by an additional slice of bread. - The classic ingredients for a club sandwich are turkey, bacon, lettuce, tomato, and mayonnaise. Other common club sandwiches generally vary the bottom layer, for example a "chicken club" or a "roast beef club". Variations might include ham (instead of bacon) and/or additional cheese slices. As with a BLT sandwich, the club sandwich is usually served on toasted bread. Mayonnaise and mustard and sometimes honey mustard are common condiments. The sandwich is commonly served with a side portion of either coleslaw, or potato salad, and often accompanied by a pickle. The coleslaw or potato salad is often reduced to a "garnish" portion, when the primary side item is an order of French fries or potato chips.
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► Corned beef sandwich is a sandwich prepared with corned beef. The salt beef style corned beef sandwiches are traditionally served with mustard and a pickle. Another variant has sauerkraut, known as a Reuben sandwich. A contraband corned beef sandwich brought aboard the Gemini 3 spacecraft resulted in a sandwich in space incident.
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► Croque-monsieur (French pronunciation: ​[kʁɔk məsˈjøː]) is a grilled ham and cheese sandwich. It originated in French cafés and bars as a quick snack. Typically, Emmental or Gruyère cheese is used. 
The name is based on the verb croquer ("to crunch") and the word monsieur ("mister"). The sandwich's first recorded appearance on a Parisian café menu was in 1910. Its earliest mention in literature appears to be in volume two of Proust's In Search of Lost Time in 1918. A croque-monsieur served with a fried egg or poached egg on top is known as a croque-madame
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► Crisp Sandwich:  "A crisp sandwich (in British English), chip sandwich, or potato chip sandwich (in North American English) is a sandwich which includes crisps (potato chips) as one of the fillings. In addition to the crisps, the other ingredients may be peanut butter, meat, cheese, tuna, ham, bologna, tomato, or any other common sandwich ingredient."
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► Cucumber Sandwich"The traditional cucumber sandwich is of British origin. The traditional cucumber sandwich is composed of paper-thin slices of cucumber placed between two thin slices of crustless, lightly buttered white bread.  Modern variants (largely of American origin) exist, involving cream cheese, chopped dill or spices, brown bread, salmon, and even bread with crusts left intact. One specific American variant includes benedictine, a green soft spread based on cucumbers and cream cheese."
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► Cuban Sandwich: "A Cuban sandwich is a variation of a ham and cheese originally created by Cuban workers, either in Cuba or in the immigrant community of Ybor City in Tampa Florida. The sandwich is made with ham, roasted pork, Swiss cheese, pickles, mustard, and sometimes salami on Cuban bread."
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► Cudighi is a spicy Italian sausage that can be bought in links or can be served as a sandwich on a long, hard roll, often with mozzarella cheese and tomato sauce. Cudighi came from Italy to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. It can be served many ways in many Italian dishes. The sandwich was originally served with raw onions and mustard on a roll. The sandwich is known as an Italian sausage sub throughout most of the United States. However, it is known as Cudighi in the Upper Peninsula county of Marquette, where it can be found at almost all the local pizza and pasty shops. The word "Cudighi" is now unknown in Italy, although it seems to be derived from Cotechino, an old Lombard word for a fresh sausage made from pork, fatback, and pork rind. According to Hormel Foods, Cudighi originated in Northern Italy. The recipe for what is known as "Cudighi" is likely highly specific to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The taste of Cudighi depends much on the amount of clove and cinnamon present in the mix.
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► Donkey Burger (Chinese: 驴肉火烧; pinyin: lǘròu huǒshāo) is a hot sandwich commonly eaten in Baoding, Hebei Province, Blackpool, China, where it is considered a local specialty, as well as in other places in China. Savory chopped or shredded donkey meat is placed between two buns and eaten as a snack or as part of a meal. Donkey burgers are a popular street food, but can also be found on the menus of high-end restaurants. 
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