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  • 1.  consisting of two or more slices of bread with one or more fillings between them,or one slice of bread with a topping or toppings, commonly called an open sandwiches.  popular type of lunch food, taken to work or school, or picnics.  The first recorded sandwich was made by the famous Rabbi, Hillel the Elder, who lived during the 1st century B.C. A poor man, but a great scholar.
  • 2. Falafel  Falafel is the national street food of Israel and the whole middle east.  served in a pita, dressed with tahini sauce and smothered in a variety of add-ons.  Some topped with sauerkraut, wedges of tomato and tahini. Hot pepper may also be sprinkled on top.
  • 3. Gyro/shawarma  The gyro is a Greek specialty.  made with meat cut off a big cylinder of well- seasoned lamb or lamb and beef.  (This meat is on a slowly rotating vertical spit the name gyro, implying the circular spinning motion of a gyroscope).
  • 4.  Monte Cristo  The basic sandwich  made of two slices of white bread with ham, turkey, or chicken, and a slice of cheese.  then dipped in beaten egg and fried in butter.  A classic Monte Cristo sandwich should come with a side of jelly to dip it in.  This sandwich is still a popular snack or casual meal throughout France and Switzerland in most bars and cafes.
  • 5. Muffuletta  The muffuletta is a specialty of the French Quarter of New Orleans.  called olive salad on bread.  the name 'French' this is a gift of the Italian immigrants who settled in New Orleans.  it should be served on a round 10-inch roll, at room temperature.
  • 6. Pita  Pita, the pocket bread, is of Middle Eastern origin, and is today popular in Israel, Greece, Lebanon, and many Arab countries.  This bread is a pouch as well as an absorptive dough.  It both carries food and soaks up juices and flavorings.  It has been added to diets worldwide as a lunchtime staple.