Who does not know sandwich, a classic snack made with two thin slices of bread and stuffed in the way that we prefer?
Have you ever wondered why it's called just like that, whatever its origin and who it was to give him this name?
All your questions answered.
The term, as easy to understand, it means “placed between two things” and coniarlo was none other than the great Italian artist and writer Gabriele D'Annunzio the late 20s of the '900.
The intent was to create an alternative name to replace homegrown and English and well known “sandwich”, although with the latter it is meant rather a generic “sandwich” (to know more https://www.pilloledistoria.it/2310/storia-moderna/sandwich-pizza-margherita-carpaccio-scopriamo-lorigine-alcuni-celebri-piatti). (Photo gives: secoloditalia.it e campaniadocedop.altervista.org).