SANDWICHERY: Recipes, Riddles & Funny Facts About Food by Patricia Stubis

SANDWICHERY: Recipes, Riddles & Funny Facts About Food

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Why did the tomato turn red? because it saw some russian dressing in your liverwurst sandwich. . . What's gray, has four legs, a trunk, and loves peanuts? a mouse packing a picnic with a peanut butter and carrot sandwich. . . When is a sandwich like the Red Baron's airplane? when it is a triple decker. . . All these riddles, plus FACTS (the world's longest sausage, the first canned food, a recipe for stuffed camel a la Bedouin) and instructions for making cold sandwiches (ham and cream cheese; cottage cheese, cucumber and radish; tuna hero). Not exactly a filling combination, but except for an over-reliance on mayonnaise, the food is healthy enough--lots of dark bread and (thank goodness) no marshmallows or ketchup. A light but pleasant snack.

Pub Date: Sept. 1st, 1975
Page count: 52pp
Publisher: Parents' Magazine Press