 consisting of two or more slices of bread with one
or more fillings between them,or one slice of bread
with a topping or...
Falafel
 Falafel is the national street food of Israel and the
whole middle east.
 served in a pita, dressed with tahini...
Gyro/shawarma
 The gyro is a Greek specialty.
 made with meat cut off a big cylinder of well-
seasoned lamb or lamb and ...
 Monte Cristo
 The basic sandwich
 made of two slices of white bread with ham, turkey,
or chicken, and a slice of chees...
Muffuletta
 The muffuletta is a specialty of the French Quarter
of New Orleans.
 called olive salad on bread.
 the name...
Pita
 Pita, the pocket bread, is of Middle Eastern origin,
and is today popular in Israel, Greece, Lebanon,
and many Arab...
The type of sandwich around the world!
The type of sandwich around the world!
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The type of sandwich around the world!

  1. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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.

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