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  1. Name that Sandwich?
  2. 4 Main Components  Bread  Spread  Filling  Garnish
  3. Bread  4 main purposes  Packaging  Economical filler  Nutrition  Flavor and color
  4. Choosing Bread  It should not overpower the filling of the sandwich  Should not be so soft that it tears when spread is applied  Should not be tough where it is difficult to chew  Pullman Loaf- Most common- Example- Wonder bread
  5. Spreads  Flavor and Moisture  Richness  Binders  Moisture Barriers
  6. 4 Main types of spreads  Mayonnaise-  Salad Dressing- Miracle Whip  Butter- Avocado butter  Variety spreads- Hummus, pesto, cream cheese
  7. Fillings  The main ingredient in the sandwich  Meat, pork, sausage, poultry, seafood, cheese, bound salad, vegetables and fruits
  8. Garnishes  Increase the visual appeal  Raw veggies  Olives  Fruit  Side salad  Pickle spears
  9. Types of Sandwiches  Closed- Two pieces of bread with filling in between can be grilled or fried  Open-Faced-Spread and fillings are added to top on one or both pieces of bread  Triple Decker- Three pieces of bread with fillings between each layer  Finger Sandwiches- small fancy closed sandwiches in shapes with crusts cut off  Wraps-Flat breads wrapped around fillings
  10. Which is “wich”?
  11. Create your own sandwich  Using what you just learned about sandwiches make up your own sandwich.  Be creative and make sure you have all 4 components to the sandwich- bread, filling, spread and garnish  Make sure you have different flavors smoky, savory, tangy, sweet, salty, etc…  Make sure your sandwich is nutritious a good mix of fruit, vegetables, bread, meat, dairy  Draw a picture of what your sandwich would look like and how you would plate it on a plate to serve  Fill out a market order with the ingredients you will need for your sandwich.