Sandwich History

Who would have thought the age of the sandwich as a daily food it was almost 15 centuries? This sandwich-making dates back to the 6th century in Europe as a food supplement the main menu. But in those days, it's not as we know it today, but the rod-shaped piece of bread (baguette) and it just placed on the sandwich.    The term itself began to be used sandwich in England in the 17th century, knighted by a cabinet minister
    England, the Earl of Sandwich IV's famous menu loved bacon between two slices of bread. This favorite is not separated from the busy life as an extraordinary minister who often spend time making a normal meal.
    In the late 17th century, the sandwiches started to go into the U.S. as the food brought by immigrants from mainland Europe into a main dish in their menu daily. Usually the contents of the sandwich at this time is still limited to ham and cheese. Not until the early 18th century, when developing large bakery business in America, sandwiches began to develop into various types and flavors.
    Sandwich is also a food menu throughout the day, from breakfast until dinner menu. Easily get the materials and how to make sandwiches also the reason these foods is growing fast and wide, even to the whole world, including Indonesia. Entry of sandwiches in Indonesia occurred at the end of the period of Dutch occupation. But when the sandwich is only known by those who are familiar with western culture.
    Sandwiches are many known in Indonesia is the egg sandwich or egg sandwiches. Whereas many other types of sandwiches such as BLT or Reuben that is not less good. BLT Sandwich is a sandwich whose contents consist of Bacon, Lettuce (leaf lettuce) and Tomato (tomato), while the Reuben Sandwich is a grilled sandwich containing a pastrami or corned beef, cheese and thousand island dressing. Both types of sandwiches can also be an option to fill the stomach when we are busy working or studying. Gynecology was sufficient to meet nutritional needs of the body because it contains carbohydrates, proteins and vitamins.

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