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List of sandwich styles
Bacon butty - butty is UK slang for sandwich
Banh Mi - Vietnam
Barros Jarpa - Chile, melted cheese and fried ham
Barros Luco - Chile, melted cheese and thin fried beef
BLT - bacon, lettuce, and tomato
Boccadillo - Spain
Butterbrot - Germany, Graubrot (grey bread)
Caprese - mozzarella, tomato, fresh basil
Chip butty - Chips (french fries)
Choripán - Argentinia, Uruguay and Chile, grilled chorizo
Club sandwich - USA primarily, variety of fillings
Croque-monsieur - France, ham and cheese
Cuban sandwich - Cuba, ham and cheese
Cucumber sandwich - England afternoon tea classic
Dagwood sandwich - USA, distinguished by size more than contents
Eggwich - USA, Usually scrambled eggs on a bagel or bread,with optional cheese and/or meat
Fluffernutter, New England variation on peanut butter and jelly
Grilled cheese
Gyros-pita or Souvlaki-Pita - Greek, meat in pita bread
Hero sandwich - USA, similar to sub
Hoagie - USA, similar to sub
Hot dog
Melt sandwich, Tuna melt, Patty melt, etc. - filling includes melted cheese
Monte Cristo sandwich - USA, based on fried bread
Muffuletta - New Orleans, based on Sicilian bread
Open sandwich or open-faced sandwich
Panini - Italy/USA, refers to type of bread
Pastrami on rye - Classic of the Jewish deli
Peanut butter and jelly sandwich
Po' boy (literally "poor boy") - USA/New Orleans, similar to sub
Reuben sandwich - USA, sauerkraut with swiss cheese and corned beef or pastrami
Sandwich loaf - looks like a cake
Sandwiches de miga - Argentina
Sloppy Joe - USA, based on ground beef and flavourings
Smörgåstårta - Sweden, variety of "sandwich cake"
Steamed Sandwich - USA/Kentucky
Submarine sandwich or sub
Tea sandwich - small sandwiches for afternoon tea
Toasted sandwich
Torta - Mexico