The Encyclopedia of Sandwiches: Recipes, History, and Trivia
Sandwiches are often thought of as the ‘Poor Man’s Gastronomic delight’. Others think of sandwiches as essential knowledge if you live alone or have kids. This great book from Susan Russo, “The Encyclopedia of Sandwiches: Recipes, History, and Trivia for Everything Between Sliced Bread” is jam-packed with recipes for different kinds of sandwich.
But it doesn’t stop there, each recipe also has information surrounding the sandwich, such as when it was popular, how it got its name and other silly trivia.
Detailed information about The Encyclopedia of Sandwiches: Recipes, History, and Trivia
This little book, by being inclusive, is making sure that all the sandwiches, no matter how simple, are being kept for posterity.
The book comes in two formats. One is as a paperback for those who like their recipe books in print and one is in a Kindle format for those who like their recipe books as an e-book. We know which one we would buy. It would have to be one that can be used in a post-apocalyptic world where Kindles can no longer be kept fully charged.
This is a great book for those who love to make and eat sandwiches
The encyclopaedia tries to be inclusive with its recipes
Comes in paperback and Kindle formats
Perfect for the person living alone who can’t be bothered to cook, or the person who has to fill lunch boxes every day. Both would find this book indispensable
Seriously though, apart from the obvious sandwiches, this book is full of the most delicious combinations that the sandwich maker would think of. For those of us that love sandwiches, whether using sliced bread, paninis or pitta, there will be a recipe that will appeal.