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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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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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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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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 ...