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John Montagu, 4th Earl of Sandwich, created the sandwich in the 16th century.
According to popular myth, John Montagu created the sandwich while gambling, without much time to have a meal during his long hours at the card table, he used to order meat between two slices of bread, creating the modern sandwich. More »
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The modern sandwich is named after Lord Sandwich, but the exact circumstances of its invention and original use are still the subject of debate. A rumour in a ... View article on Wikipedia »
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The sandwich is considered to be the namesake of John Montagu, 4th Earl of Sandwich, because of the claim that he was the eponymous inventor of this food  ... View article on Wikipedia »
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Before you take a bite out of your sandwich, have you ever wondered who invented it? In this article by HowStuffWorks.com they answer the question: Who  ...
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The origin of the word 'sandwich' for an item of food may have originated from a story about John Montagu, the 4th Earl of Sandwich. He didn't really 'invent' the ...
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So we've all heard the story of how the sandwich was invented. The Earl of Sandwich (in England) was attending a card-game tournament.
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