Fish and shellfish salads were typical fare. When further social and economic changes brought women into the public as office and department store workers , they found fish salads waiting for them at the affordable lunch counters patronized by busy urban workers. So lunch counters came up with the idea of offering the salads between two pieces of bread, which sped up table turnover and encouraged patrons to get lunch to go. When canned tuna was introduced in the early 20th century , lunch counters and home cooks could skip the step of cooking a fish and go straight to the salad.
But there was downside: The immense popularity of canned tuna led to the growth of a global industry that has severely depleted stocks and led to the unintended slaughter of millions of dolphins. A clever way to use dinner scraps has become a global crisis of conscience and capitalism. I was first introduced to the chow mein sandwich while completing my doctorate at Brown University. Even as the child of a Chinatown restaurateur from Vancouver, I viewed the sandwich as something of a mystery.
It led to a post-doctoral fellowship and a paper about Chinese entrepreneurship in New England. The sandwich became popular in the s because it was filling and cheap: Workers munched on them in factory canteens, while their kids ate them for lunch in the parish schools, especially on meatless Fridays. The classic meal includes the sandwich, french fries and orange soda. For those who grew up in the Fall River area, the chow mein sandwich is a reminder of home. Unlike many American food trends of the s, such as the Waldorf salad and chafing dishes , the club sandwich has endured, immune to obsolescence.
A two-layer affair, the club sandwich calls for three pieces of toasted bread spread with mayonnaise and filled with chicken or turkey, bacon, lettuce and tomato. Usually the sandwich is cut into two triangles and held together with a toothpick stuck in each half. Some believe it should be eaten with a fork and knife, and its blend of elegance and blandness make the club sandwich a permanent feature of country and city club cuisine.
As far back as , there are references to a Union Club sandwich of turkey or ham on toast. The Saratoga Club-House offered a club sandwich on its menu beginning in While the peanut butter and jelly sandwich eventually became a staple of elementary school cafeterias, it actually has upper-crust origins. Around this time, health food advocates like John Harvey Kellogg started promoting peanut products as a replacement for animal-based foods butter included.
So for a vegetarian option at these luncheons, peanut butter simply replaced regular butter. One of the earliest known recipes that suggested including jelly with peanut butter appeared in a issue of the Boston Cooking School Magazine. The combination is delicious, and so far as I know original. The sandwich moved from garden parties to lunchboxes in the s, when peanut butter started to be mass produced with hydrogenated vegetable oil and sugar.
Marketers of the Skippy brand targeted children as a potential new audience, and thus the association with school lunches was forged. The classic version of the sandwich is made with soft, sliced white bread, creamy or chunky peanut butter and jelly. Outside of the United States, the peanut butter and jelly sandwich is rare — much of the world views the combination as repulsive.
These days, many try to avoid white bread and hydrogenated fats. Nonetheless, the sandwich has a nostalgic appeal for many Americans, and recipes for high-end versions — with freshly ground peanuts, artisanal bread or unusual jams — now circulate on the web. The Scotch woodcock is probably not Scottish. A favorite of Oxford students and members of Parliament until the midth century, the dish is generally prepared by layering anchovy paste and eggs on toast.
Next time you're getting ready to order a fabulously unhealthy lunch at your favorite diner, take a second to look over the menu. There are stories behind a lot of those classic dishes - here are just a few of them. The Luther Burger is named after singer Luther Vandross, though we don't actually have any proof that he even liked them.
Jared Fogle isn't going to be endorsing this baby anytime soon - Luther's namesake sandwich is a greasy burger with various toppings sandwiched between doughnuts instead of bread. Po'Boy , like the Reuben, has several possibilities as to the origins of its name. I'm going with the The New York Times' version, which says the name originated when streetcar employees in New Orleans went on strike in Many sandwich shop owners sympathized with the striking workers and were determined to feed them well.
Whenever the restauranteurs saw a striker headed in for lunch, they'd say, "Here comes another poor boy. Fool's Gold.
It is generally thought here, that the word 'sandwich' as an item of food, has no connection with the town, only with John Montagu, who happened to have the title, a 'sandwich' could just as easily have been called a 'portsmouth' if the 1st Earl, Edward Montagu, had not changed his mind over his title.
More information about the 4th Earl can be found on the Wikipedia website. The 1st Century B. Jewish Rabbi Hillel the Elder is reported to have started the Passover tradition of putting lamb, mixed nuts and herbs between two pieces of unleavened bread. In the Middle Ages, people used thick slices of stale bread called 'trenchers' to double as plates on which they placed cooked meats and vegetables, a kind of 'open sandwich', although they probably did not eat the stale bread.
The first recorded mention of Sandwich was around AD but there was probably some kind of settlement in Roman times as the site is very close to Richborough Roman Fort Rutupiae. The name of the town is, most likely, Saxon in origin, approximately meaning sandy place, or the place on the sand. The word sandwich as an item of food came into being centuries later The Master thinks they are wonderful Clever, And cries out in rapture, it's done! Yet sneering the Tinkers their old trade pursue, In stopping of one Hole Read the poem ».
Most of the pubs and restaurants in Sandwich serve sandwiches. Tweet this page. Follow OpenSandwich. An open sandwich with smoked horse meat in the Netherlands. Salmon-and-cream-cheese sandwiches on pieces of baguette. Sandwich with fried egg , tomato and cucumber.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Sandwich disambiguation. Food made with bread and other ingredients. An egg sandwich. Cookbook: Sandwich Media: Sandwich. Reuben sandwich. Club sandwich. Porilainen , a Finnish burger-like sandwich. Smoked meat sandwich.
Doner sandwich. Sandwich filled with olives and sliced red tomatoes. The Boston Globe. Archived from the original on 7 December Retrieved 27 May Retrieved 29 March ISBN Oneworld Publications. In Britain, a sandwich is some filing between two slices of bread. Not a roll. Not a bagel. Not a baguette. Without sliced bread, it's not a sandwich. The American sandwich prototype is much like the British: savoury filings within two slices of bread.
But American sandwiches are allowed to wander further from the prototype, because they interpret the 'bread' requirement more loosely. An American sandwich can be on a roll, on a bagel, on a bun, on a croissant, and at breakfast time, on an English muffin Oxford University Press. National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation. BBC News Online.
Retrieved 18 May The Independent. Banquets set forth: banqueting in English Renaissance drama. Manchester University Press. London, England: John Martyn. The Oxford Companion to Food. PR Rests. Retrieved 11 July La Verdad Digital S. Archived from the original on 27 August Retrieved 21 July Oxford English Dictionary Online ed. Subscription or participating institution membership required. English regional chiefly northern. Originally: a slice of bread spread with butter.
Now: a filled sandwich; also an open sandwich. Frequently with modifying word denoting the filling or topping. Retrieved 13 August Rampant Scotland. Retrieved 28 November Retrieved 8 April Sandwich: A Global History. Reaktion Books. The Guardian. ISSN Retrieved 4 December Sandwich at Wikipedia's sister projects. Breadmaking Baker percentage Bread in Europe History of bread.
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