From the humble cheese and tomato sandwich to an ermous meatball sub, the sandwich is the most versatile type of food imaginable. Whether you want a simple snack to stick in your lunchbox or something more substantial to see away a Sunday morning hangover, 101 Sandwiches has delicious recipes from around the world involving the key ingredient, bread, to make paninis, burgers, hogies, boccadillos, tartines, and more. So if you want to learn how to make a delicious caramel pork banh mi baguette from Vietnam, a Shrimp po' boy from Louisiana, a Japanese fried odle sandwich, or a French croque monsieur, buy this book w. Also included are recreations of historical sandwiches such as the Queen Alexandra, variations to pimp up your average BLT, and random sandwich-based facts that are guaranteed to improve your life.
Helen Graves is a London-dwelling sandwich fanatic who has made it her personal mission to find the best sandwiches known to man or woman. The whole time she has done nothing but winge about the lack of decent recipe books devoted to sandwiches whilst simultaneously doing nothing about it. All that is now about to change. Visit Helen's websites at helengraves.co.uk and http://londonreviewofsandwiches.wordpress.com The author is based in Peckham, London.