Can You Ace This Quiz on the History of Sandwiches?

A sandwich quiz to sink your teeth into

Faye Remedios
Created by Faye Remedios
On Apr 18, 2022
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You can’t go wrong when opting for them for a delicious meal, but can you score big on a quiz about their history. Sink your teeth into this one, won’t you?

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The sandwich is named after John Montagu,
the 4th Earl of _____.

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After keeping it as her lucky charm for 10 years, Diane Duyser of Miami sold a sandwich that appeared to have an image of ____ on it for $28,000 on eBay.

3 / 13

_____ used to be called 'The Sandwich Islands'. 

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Sandwich is a historic town in ____, south-east England. 

5 / 13

This Jane Austen novel is the only one by the author to contain the word ‘sandwich’ in it.

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This country lost their attempt to get into the Guinness book of world records for making the biggest sandwich on account of people eating it before it could be measured.

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_____ flew to Denver and back one night because he wanted a Fool’s Gold Loaf, which was a unique 8,000 calorie sandwich that consisted of a loaf filled with an entire jar of peanut butter, one jar of jelly, and a pound of bacon.

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____ sandwiches were originally considered a delicacy, which was only enjoyed by those who belonged to the upper class.

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During his famous transatlantic flight, _____ lived on four sandwiches and half a glass of water.

10 / 13

Ernest Hemingway survived solely on ____ sandwiches when he was writing a novel.

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This astronaut once smuggled an illegal corned beef sandwich on board the Gemini 3 spacecraft in 1965. 

12 / 13

Paddington Bear has a ____ sandwich under his hat in case of emergencies.

13 / 13

Burritos are legally considered sandwiches in ____,
but are not in ____.

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