Sandwich Discussion Thread (non-Christmas edition)


A sandwich is a savoury food item comprising a filling between a plurality of bread articles.

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The bread articles may optionally be independent, e.g. in a traditional sandwich wherein each bread article is a discrete slice of bread, or in the alternative may be connected, e.g. in a hot dog.




A burrito is also a kind of sandwich.


Absolutely not having this.


It fits the definition.


You calling a hot dog a sandwich bud?





I’m not willing to live in a world where wraps are considered sandwiches.

drinks bleach




is a pizza a sandwich then


Ahh, that classic refreshing beverage!


I believe in that case the courtroom flag had a gold border, meaning it was a naval court and I do not recognise its jurisdiction.


It’s a type of open face sandwich, yes.


knowledge is knowing the tomato is a fruit
wisdom is knowing epimer is a bellend


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Qdoba, owned by San Diego-based Jack in the Box Inc., called food experts to testify on its behalf.
Among them was Cambridge chef Chris Schlesinger, who said in an affidavit: “I know of no chef or culinary historian who would call a burrito a sandwich. Indeed, the notion would be absurd to any credible chef or culinary historian.”

ABSURD, eppo


You’re taking food terminology evidence from a country where people measure flour in cups now? THAT’s absurd.