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It’s not just the Sandwich Project that thinks food needs a home on the web. Oh no. Here’s a few other people who like to stuff the internet full of food-related talk…

Category killers

Airline Meals: see what you’re in for before you board the plane…

A nice cup of tea and a sit down: A home for discussion of cake, tea and biscuits.

The food timeline

Slow Food: Italian inspired food movement, promoting seasonal and local food

River not just recipies, but (UK-based) information on local markets and seasonal food.

Snackspot: keep up-to-date with the latest sugary, salty treats.

This is what you get when you make a sandwich out of an entire loaf of bread.

Makers of fine breads, sandwiches, etc

St John’s Bread and Wine: London restaurant with very good bread

Pret A Manger: quality London sandwich chain

Innocent drinks: tasty, natural drinks.


Lime Tree Pantry pies are magnificent.

Betty’s by post: the best tea and cakes in the world.

Food Weblogs/Links sites

Saute Wednesday

The Food Section

Grow a brain

Australian food links

Japanese food links

Yahoo Food and Drink section



Chocolate Alchemy

The Amateur Gourmet



Bourrez Visage

Chocolate and Zucchini

Food Porn Watch (SFW)


Food Magazines and Newspaper sections

Observer Food Monthly

Waitrose Food Illustrated

BBC Food website

Sandwich History

John Montagu, 4th Earl of Sandwich (1718-1792): the man who started it all.

The sandwich we know and love could have been called a ‘portsmouth’… read more about the Earl of Sandwich at a site for the Kent town of Sandwich (it’s close to a village called ‘Ham’…)

The invention (and science) of Mayonnaise in 1756 by the French chef of the Duc de Richelieu.

Other projects

Mayfly Project

Mirror Project

Gutenberg Project

Perseus Project

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Made by Bruce

(I make this myself)

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Vegetarian meal #2

What’s in it? Duke's Mayo on top of sliced hoagie bun Swiss cheeze on bottom half of bun sweet onion, sliced thin & green bell pepper, rings, sliced thin on top of swiss cheeze toast under broiler till cheeze is melted and vegies somewhat cooked

What should we know? set oven rack mid to low-mid for a slow cook.

Bread Type? white hoagie (toasted)