We can’t talk about sandwiches without hopping across the pond to the United Kingdom. Tatler Magazine’s John Haney, formerly an editor at Saveur and Gourmet, gives us the rundown on how British sandwiches, or “sarnies” as he calls them, have changed over time. We’re talking syrup sandwiches, cheese-and-pickle sandwiches, fish paste sandwiches, fried egg sandwiches, toast sandwiches and many, many more. Haney is the author of the book Fair Shares for All: A Memoir of Family and Food.
Music: "The Lupine Waltz" and "The Importance Of Being Nice" by the Steamboat Cabaret