BLT - Bacon, lettuce and tomato (choose sulphur free low fat bacon)
Turkey, Roast - Roast turkey slices, camembert, and cranberry sauce
Club Sandwich - The earliest reference to the Club sandwich in print is from "Conversations of a Chorus Girl", published 1903, by Ray L. Cardell.
Traditionally served with toasted bread, chicken, bacon, lettuce, tomato, and egg mayonnaise, traditionally served with a side portion of either coleslaw, and accompanied by a pickle.
Dagwood - Named after Dagwood Bumstead, a character from the comic strip Blondie, who is frequently shown making enormous sandwiches.
Philadelphia Cheese Steak - Philadelphians Pat and Harry Olivieri are often credited with inventing the sandwich in the early 1930s made from thinly-sliced pieces of steak, fried onion and melted cheese in a long roll.
(Italian pronunciation: [foˈkattʃa])