23 (Thu) June 2011
-Woncheon, Yeongtong, Suwon, Gyeonggi, Republic of Korea-
The Club Sandwich is an American dish. Consists of chicken (sometimes turkey) and ham (sometimes bacon), plus lettuce, tomato, and usually mayonnaise, on toasted white sandwich bread (sometimes three slices, the middle slice separating the proteins). Competing theories abound on which club it was invented by.
Surprisingly, with all the sandwiches that I’ve eaten in my life, I’d never had a club sandwich prior to this evening. Well, I may have unwittingly sampled something that generally fit the description, say, from a sandwich platter at a buffet, but I’d never actually ordered one. I don’t know why.
At Subway, the Club Sandwich consists of turkey, ham, and roast beef on a hoagie roll, with cheese and all the veggies, so not really a club. It was okay.
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