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Delicious Sandwich Items - Top 5 Sandwiches

Posted on 2013-08-23 23:44:10

The sandwich is returning as a popular trend with restaurants. Restaurants focusing exclusively on freshly made sandwiches. There are a large amount of pop-up restaurants around North America and the U.K. who operate solely on the sandwich. That’s why the sandwich needs to be discussed in this post!

The B.L.T.

The B.L.T. is the ultimate sandwich, Bacon, Lettuce and Tomato. This great sandwich can be served hot or cold and is composed of these main ingredients; Bacon, lettuce, tomato, and mayonnaise. Dating back to the 1900s the B.L.T. has become a popular early morning or breakfast sandwich. Today the B.L.T. is a staple in the American household. At Realeat.ca, we offer plenty of sandwich options from a variety of restaurants!

The Burger

While a burger can take on a variety of different styles, the typical hamburger is a worldwide classic. The sandwich primarily consists of a cooked patty of ground meat (beef, pork, turkey, or chicken), placed within a sliced bun. The hamburger is often accompanied by lettuce, bacon, tomato, onions, pickles, and cheese. The word hamburger is originally from Hamburg, Germany. Realeat.ca offers a variety of burger choices.

The Caprese

The caprese is a salad made of sliced mozzarella, tomatoes, and basil. It is a salad based on the style of Capri. This delicious salad is becoming more and more popular in restaurant menus. Enjoy a taste of Italy with a fresh Caprese!

The Gyro

The gyro is a popular Greek dish roasted vertically. It is often served in a sandwich with tomato, onion, French fries, and sauce. The main ingredients in a gyro are meat; pork, chicken, occasionally veal, lamb or beef. Enjoy the delicious fresh taste of the Gyro!

The Po' boy

The Po'boy also known as the Poor boy is a traditional sub-sandwich from Louisiana. The Po’ boy usually consists of meat; roast beef or fried seafood. The sandwich is known for a crisp outer crust and a fluffy center.