What’s in a Monte Cristo? Who eats Spaghetti Sandwiches? And what makes a sandwich a sandwich? Find out in the entertaining and illuminating Encyclopedia of Sandwiches, a handy pocket reference to the best food since, well, sliced bread. As Alan Davidson notes in the Oxford Companion to Food, “Sandwiches take so many forms in the modern world that a catalog would be a book.” Finally, here is that book! The small but mighty Encyclopedia of Sandwiches catalogs every sandwich imaginable, providing compelling definitions, authentic recipes, and full-color photographs diagramming each sandwich’s glorious construction—not to mention fascinating regional & historical trivia. Quick how-to instructions for superior sandwich construction will ensure that every Dagwood is properly overstuffed, every Lobster Roll is toasted to buttery perfection, and every Sloppy Joe is deliciously gloppy! The Encyclopedia of Sandwiches is a must-have for sandwich aficionados everywhere. $16.95


  • 320 pages
  • 5 x 5 inches
  • 1 color
  • Paperback with round
  • Paperback with rounded corners

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