What a Sandwich Looks Like in 10 Different Countries

1. Pan Bagnat, France: Anyone who has read most bar menus will be familiar with France’s Nicoise salad.

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2. Shawarma, Turkey: The humble shawarma originated in the Levant region during the Ottoman Empire. 

3. Bean Sandwich, Senegal: Senegal has a French colonial past, which, as we know from the Indochina region, influences the region’s gastronomy.

4. New Jersey Sloppy Joe, United States: The sloppy joe is such a mess to eat that it turns some people off.

5. Serranito, Spain: n Spain, the bocadillo is a local favorite, usually sitting atop most menus as an alternative to tapas.

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6. Gatsby, South Africa: South Africa has several sandwich types, but one that stands out is the Gatsby.

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7. Tripleta, Puerto Rico: Puerto Rico’s answer to a Hot Cuban sandwich is the tripleta, which can thank Fidel Castro for its conception.

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8. Tortas, Mexico: Mexico stands at the top of the sandwich food chain with many variations of bread-wrapped meat or vegetables.

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9. Sanduche de Hornado, Ecuador: Who doesn’t love a leftover roasted meat sandwich? Ecuadorians do, so they devised a genius way to use up leftover pork. 

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10. Tramezzino, Italy: Italians have a claim for Europe’s chief gastronomy experts, though the French would beg to differ. 

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