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What is the best sandwich? Is it something simple, or do you prefer something more involved? The sandwich project’s aim is to collect the world’s favourite fillings between two pieces of bread.

Why not submit your favourite, or browse the archive of 3692 sandwiches?

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see the latest sandwiches

These are the last twenty sandwiches added…

The Bacon Taste Explosion • Salami special • Moroccan Mayhem • Special Tuna Cheese Melt • The Leafer • Grilled provolone • Montreal smoked Meat • Dad's special mash sandwich • Marmites' angel • Sausage and BBQ Mayo • Egg and anchovy supreme • The sunday morning • Rejuvinator • Amstelveen • Tuna mayonnaise with apple • Cheese and humous and rocket and stuff • Cottage cheese and peanut butter • Asian Turkey Burger • PC Sandwich • Chicken finger sandwich with bacon and blue cheese mayo.

» Show me the recipes for all of these sandwiches.


Sandwich quiz

We want your opinion on an important sandwich issue…

What’s the longest it’s ever taken for you to make a sandwich?

about 30 seconds
I dunno, a minute or two
Probably five minutes, including looking in the fridge
Half an hour, including cooking time
An hour or longer (but it was good…)


» See previous quiz results



Random Sandwich

Made by sedge

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (4 votes)

Your vote:

The Little General

What’s in it? -- *thin* slices ham, mayonnaise, mustard, slivers of gruyere cheese and a healthy bunch of flat-leaf parsley

What should we know? Ideally, one would toast two slices of bread in a toaster oven until beginning to turn golden brown. One then shaves the cheese over one slice of bread (which is retoasted) while spreading mayonnaise and mustard on the other slice. Pile on the ham, and add the freshly torn parsley to the non-toasting slice of bread. When your cheese looks melted, assemble the sandwich.

Bread Type? A medium-cut white loaf with a chewy crush, square slices