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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

► Hoagie Sandwich: A submarine sandwich, also known as a sub, hoagie, hero, grinder, or one of many regional naming variations, is a sandwich that consists of a long roll of Italian or French bread, split widthwise either into two pieces or opened in a "V" on one side, and filled with a variety of meats, cheeses, vegetables, seasonings, and sauces. The sandwich has no standardized name, and many U.S. regions have their own names for it; one study found 13 different names for the sandwich in the United States. The usage of the several terms varies regionally but not in any pattern, as they have been used variously by the people and enterprises who make and sell them. The terms submarine and sub are widespread and not assignable to any certain region, though many of the localized terms are clustered in the northeast United States, where most Italian Americans live.
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► Italian Beef Sandwich: An Italian beef is a sandwich of thin slices of seasoned roast beef, dripping with meat juices, on a dense, long Italian-style roll, which originated in Chicago where its history dates back at least to the 1930s. The bread itself is often dipped (or double-dipped) into the juices the meat is cooked in, and the sandwich is typically topped off with Chicago-style giardiniera (called "hot") or sauteed, green Italian sweet peppers (called "sweet").
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► Hot Dog: "A hot dog is a type of fully-cooked, cured and/or smoked moist sausage of soft, even, texture and flavor. It is usually placed hot in a soft, sliced Hot dog bun of approximately the same length as the sausage, and optionally garnished with condiments and toppings. In the United Kingdom and Australia, hot dog refers more commonly to the combination of sausage and bun, with the sausage called a frankfurt."
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► Melt Sandwich: A melt sandwich is a type of sandwich consisting of bread, some sort of filling, and a layer of cheese, sometimes grated. The sandwich is then grilled or fried until the cheese is melted. It may be served as an open face sandwich or a closed face one. 
One common filling is tuna, with or without mayonnaise; the result would then be a tuna melt sandwich. Other popular choices are ham or a hamburger, the latter of which is known as a patty melt. It is the filling that establishes the melt sandwich as a variation of the grilled cheese sandwich.
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► Monte Cristo SandwichA Monte Cristo is a sandwich of ham, turkey, and Swiss cheese between batter-dipped grilled or fried bread. The sandwich can differ regionally. Traditionally it is dipped in its entirety in batter and deep fried. In some regions of the United States it is served grilled, and in some regions it is served as an open sandwich with just the bread battered.
The sandwich is often served with fresh fruit or with Clotted Cream on the side. It is sometimes served with fruit preserves, powdered sugar, or sweet mustard sauce. The Cumberland Head Style Monte Cristo is served with Thousand Island Dressing or Russian Dressing.
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► Muffuletta Sandwich: A typical muffuletta consists of one muffuletta loaf, split horizontally. The loaf is then covered with a marinated olive salad, then layers of capicola, salami, mortadella, emmentaler, and provolone. The sandwich is sometimes heated through to soften the provolone cheese. The size of the muffuletta is enough to feed more than one person, and many stores tend to sell quarter or half-muffulettas.
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► Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich:  (PB&J) The peanut butter and jelly sandwich, (PB&J), also known as a peanut butter and jam sandwich in the UK, Canada and Australia, is a sandwich that includes a layer of peanut butter and either jelly or jam on bread, commonly between two slices. This sandwich is a favorite of children and often eaten with a glass of cold sweet milk. (National Peanut Butter & Jelly Day is April 2)
          • see Peanut Butter and Jelly Day
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► Ploughmans: The Ploughman's sandwich is 2 slices of bread, sliced cheddar cheese, lettuce, preferably iceberg, sliced tomato, thin layer of sweet pickle (about 1 tsp per sandwich).
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► Po' Boy: A po' boy (also po-boy, po boy, or poor boy) is a traditional submarine sandwich from Louisiana. It consists of meat or seafood, usually fried, served on baguette-like Louisiana French bread.
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► Reuben Sandwich: The Reuben ( GFI ) sandwich is a grilled or toasted sandwich made with either pastrami or corned beef, sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, and either Russian dressing or Thousand Island dressing. It is typically made with rye bread.
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► Sloppy Joe Sandwich: This sandwich is an American dish of ground beef, onions, sweetened tomato sauce or ketchup and other seasonings, and served on a hamburger bun. Commercially made sauces such as Manwich are also available. Sloppy Joes are simpler variant of barbecue sandwich which uses shredded beef or pork & barbecue sauce.  The name "sloppy" comes from the fact that eating it as if it were a normal sandwich often results in the meat and sauce spilling out, therefore making it sloppy to eat. It may also be served "open face", with the bun halves or slices of bread next to each other and the meat on top of each.
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► Submarine Sandwich: A submarine sandwich or sub is any of various sandwiches made on a .......