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Strange Sandwiches That Have Been Sold and Eaten

The sandwich is something that most of us love, our favourite filling wedged between scrumptious slices of bread that can be gnawed down on for a substantial and satisfying lunch.  Of course not everybody enjoys the same fillings but there have been some sandwiches out there that are just too strange to even comprehend.  I’m sure a fair few of you would like to try some however I’d like to pass.  Below are some of the strangest sandwiches to have ever hit the market.  

 

The Candwich:

 

Now I’ve seen some strange sandwiches and some fairly strange sandwich packaging in my time but the Candwich for me is top of the list. The Candwich, believe it or not is a sandwich that comes readily made and served in a can.  Yes you heard right, this is no joke and the more I say the word ‘Candwich’ the more dazed and confused I become.  Available in a variety of flavours including Honey BBQ Chicken and Peanut Butter & Strawberry Jam the Candwich has a long shelf life and requires no refrigeration….hmmmmmmm. 

 

The Lasandwich:

 

Tesco provide a whole range of yummy sandwiches for us to choose from. The Lasandwich for me is not one of them.  Containing cold lasagne in a sandwich, it just doesn’t quite meet the standards a bowl of the delicious hot stuff would. An interesting filling to say the least that was shortly followed up with a Strawberries and Cream option.

 

The McDonald Sandwich:

 

The McDonald sandwich is something I would actually enjoy, the price tag however is not. As a person who believes anything over £2.00 is pushing the limits, I was completely gobsmacked when I saw this monster for £85.  Named after its chef creator, Scott McDonald the sandwich consists of wagyu beef, fresh lobe foie gras, black truffle mayonnaise, brie de maux, rocket, red pepper and mustard confit and English plum tomatoes. Something I wouldn’t buy but I would definitely sink my teeth into someone else’s.  

 

The Rubik’s Cube Sandwich:

 

 

The Rubik’s cube was a phenomenon at one point and is still loved by many. A difficult to complete puzzle much like the sandwich made in its honour. The Rubik’s cube sandwich contains large cubes of pastrami, kielbasa, pork fat, salami and two types of cheddar conveniently stacked between 2 very thin slices of bread. I’m not certain it’s possible to eat this contraption like any other sandwich. It will most likely need dissecting one cube at a time.  


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Strange Sandwiches That Have Been Sold and Eaten

The sandwich is something that most of us love, our favourite filling wedged between scrumptious slices of bread that can be gnawed down on for a substantial and satisfying lunch.  Of course not everybody enjoys the same fillings but there have been some sandwiches out there that are just too strange to even comprehend.  I’m sure a fair few of you would like to try some however I’d like to pass.  Below are some of the strangest sandwiches to have ever hit the market.  

 

The Candwich:

 

Now I’ve seen some strange sandwiches and some fairly strange sandwich packaging in my time but the Candwich for me is top of the list. The Candwich, believe it or not is a sandwich that comes readily made and served in a can.  Yes you heard right, this is no joke and the more I say the word ‘Candwich’ the more dazed and confused I become.  Available in a variety of flavours including Honey BBQ Chicken and Peanut Butter & Strawberry Jam the Candwich has a long shelf life and requires no refrigeration….hmmmmmmm. 

 

The Lasandwich:

 

Tesco provide a whole range of yummy sandwiches for us to choose from. The Lasandwich for me is not one of them.  Containing cold lasagne in a sandwich, it just doesn’t quite meet the standards a bowl of the delicious hot stuff would. An interesting filling to say the least that was shortly followed up with a Strawberries and Cream option.

 

The McDonald Sandwich:

 

The McDonald sandwich is something I would actually enjoy, the price tag however is not. As a person who believes anything over £2.00 is pushing the limits, I was completely gobsmacked when I saw this monster for £85.  Named after its chef creator, Scott McDonald the sandwich consists of wagyu beef, fresh lobe foie gras, black truffle mayonnaise, brie de maux, rocket, red pepper and mustard confit and English plum tomatoes. Something I wouldn’t buy but I would definitely sink my teeth into someone else’s.  

 

The Rubik’s Cube Sandwich:

 

 

The Rubik’s cube was a phenomenon at one point and is still loved by many. A difficult to complete puzzle much like the sandwich made in its honour. The Rubik’s cube sandwich contains large cubes of pastrami, kielbasa, pork fat, salami and two types of cheddar conveniently stacked between 2 very thin slices of bread. I’m not certain it’s possible to eat this contraption like any other sandwich. It will most likely need dissecting one cube at a time.  


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