The sandwich is made with thick tiles of quality bread and adorned with lettuce and tomato.
Seated between two fellow reporters I ordered a Reuben sandwich and sipped from a tall glass of ice water.
If failure is an orphan, the Cuban sandwich, or Cubano, has been an enormous success.
The only question remaining - wil the lucky reporter be able to put their own sandwich on expenses?
Sort of a sandwich that's filled with first-run fare rather than repeats.
Hired a team in sandwich and another in Bayport and got to the tavern about eleven.
He looked absently at the sandwich, and bit a generous semicircle into it.
“The wind was awful,” said Helen, between bites at a sandwich.
Then there is the sandwich, which always finds a place in the luncheon.
The distribution of terrestrial molluscs on the sandwich Islands presents a great body of facts of this kind.
1762, said to be a reference to John Montagu (1718-1792), Fourth Earl Sandwich, who was said to be an inveterate gambler who ate slices of cold meat between bread at the gaming table during marathon sessions rather than get up for a proper meal (this account dates to 1770). It was in his honor that Cook named the Hawaiian islands (1778) when Montagu was first lord of the Admiralty. The family name is from the place in Kent, Old English Sandwicæ, literally "sandy harbor (or trading center)." For pronunciation, see cabbage. Sandwich board, one carried before and one behind, is from 1864.
1841, from sandwich (n.), on the image of the stuff between the identical pieces of bread. Related: Sandwiched; sandwiching.