TIP OF THE DAY: Create An International Version Of Your Favorite American Sandwich

August is National Sandwich Month. We love sandwiches so much, we created a glossary with the different types of sandwiches. It is true that the Earl of Sandwich was inadvertently responsible for creating the modern English sandwich. But what we recognize as a sandwich—bread and filling—likely dates to around 9000 B.C.E., when permanent settlements were…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Try A New Sandwich For National Sandwich Month

While the Earl of Sandwich is credited with “inventing” the sandwich in 1762, he actually only introduced the concept to western Europe. The principle of bread and a filling likely dates back to around 9000 B.C.E., when man first harvested grain and created unleavened flatbreads. Flatbread rolled with a filling became common to early cultures…
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