7WD EXCLUSIVE: Eating in Sandwich

It would seem obvious, really. When in Sandwich, eat a sandwich. After all, they’ve been making them longer than anyone else on earth. However, when I joined three others on Sunday, only Jenny te Paa enjoyed this ancient tradition (see photo). The rest of us found the Ploughman’s Lunch irresistible (see other photo). Jenny did give a good report on her Sandwich sandwich. I once was in Pigs-in-a-blanket, Indiana, and I passed that one by also.

Sandwich sandwich

Sandwich sandwich

Ploghmans in Sandwich

Ploghman's in Sandwich

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3 Responses

  1. BillyDinPVD says:

    Hhmmm. A ploughman’s lunch looks like it could be called a sandwich (some assembly required).

  2. Caz says:

    But that’s a roll… a sandwich is filling between two pieces of sliced bread (if you’ve been into a UK supermarket, (Sainsbury’s is the closest to Lambeth Conference) you’ll see we love the stuff!

  3. Scott Gunn says:

    Caz, all I can tell you is that the food item pictured was described on the menu board as a sandwich. Being as it was served in Sandwich, I have no choice but to believe them. Perhaps this is the more ancient variant of the sandwich, and your beloved Sainsbury’s is selling some kind of modernist knock-off?

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