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Sandwiches by Description

Based on the description, name the sandwich.
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First submittedAugust 20, 2013
Last updatedNovember 14, 2018
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Description
Sandwich
What McDonald's and Five Guys serve
Hamburger
Mini version of the above
Slider
Bacon, lettuce and tomato
BLT
Like the above, but with turkey
Club
Corn beef, swiss cheese, sauerkraut and Russian dressing on rye
Reuben
Iconic Philadelphia sandwich
Cheesesteak
Louisiana sandwich, usually fried seafood on French bread
Po' Boy
Mexican sandwich
Torta
Traditionally, the most common sandwich in an American child's lunch box
Peanut Butter and Jelly
Peanut butter, banana and bacon sandwich named after a singer
Elvis
Australian yeast-extract sandwich
Vegemite
Super tall sandwich named after Blondie's husband in the funny pages
Dagwood
Sandwich named after a naval vessel – also called a hoagie
Submarine
Vietnamese baguette sandwich
Bánh mì
Ground beef mixed with onions and ketchup on a bun
Sloppy Joe
Roast beef on a baguette, served au jus
French Dip
Pita sandwich with meat, onions, tomato and tzatziki sauce
Gyro
French grilled ham and cheese sandwich
Croque-monsieur
A sandwich that is pressed in the Italian fashion
Panini
Peanut butter and marshmallow fluff sandwich
Fluffernutter
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level 37
Aug 22, 2013
Took me forever to remember torta.
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level 83
Aug 22, 2013
I've always called that grilled ham and cheese sandwich a Monte Cristo - never heard of the other name.
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level 39
Aug 22, 2013
I highly doubt that PB&J is still the most common sandwich in a kids lunchbox these days since it is against the rules at most schools for kids to bring any nut products of any kind.
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level 71
Aug 22, 2013
Peanut butter is now considered a hate crime.
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level 72
Oct 11, 2015
I just literally laughed out loud.
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level ∞
Aug 23, 2013
Added a "traditionally" to that question.
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level 74
Aug 22, 2013
Should add Lutherburger
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level 40
Aug 22, 2013
add cheeseburger for McDonalds and Five Guys
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level 12
Aug 23, 2013
I guessed "gross" for Reuben... It was not correct.
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level 61
Mar 19, 2015
That was the answer for fluffernutter, actually.
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level 64
Jan 24, 2017
It wasn't, actually.
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level 19
Aug 25, 2013
How did I forget Sloppy Joe? I used to eat those all the time.
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level 44
Apr 24, 2014
I've never heard of a fluffernutter before, but now I really want one!
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level 66
Nov 10, 2014
I used to eat them all the time when I was a kid and my friends thought I was crazy. Now, it seems like kids everywhere love them. :D
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level 61
Nov 20, 2014
13% know banh mi - that's a shame! Great sandwiches!
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level 33
Jun 30, 2015
Tried fluff and nutter and fluffanutter, but I didn't try fluffernutter. New England accent...we don't really say "er" when we say it, lol.
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level 60
Jan 3, 2016
I think there should be a clearer description of Club. I have never seen it with turkey, always with chicken. But the most iconic is the fact that it has multiple slices of bread. So that should be mentioned.
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level 76
Oct 5, 2016
Sloppy Joes made with ketchup? Yuck.
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level 69
Nov 2, 2016
Fluffernutters sound super gross.
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level 70
Mar 2, 2017
Gyros. Mmmmmmmm!
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level 67
Mar 6, 2018
I appreciate that peanut butter and jelly is the natural term but surely jelly and peanut butter should be accepted?
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level 45
Jan 7, 2019
Where do you guys get these? I've only had four of them. One of you should write a book! I must get out more. I used to make club sandwiches in a restaurant in England, the fillings were various but there were always three slices of bread.
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level 79
Jan 28, 2019
Ate the PB and marshmallow fluff sandwich many times as a kid. Never realized it had a name.
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level 71
Mar 26, 2019
I suppose panini has to be allowed as a singular form in English since it's so often used, but the correct Italian form panino is also used in English and should at least be a type-in.