Popular Sandwich Types from around the World

Canadian professional Andrew Sommerhalder serves as group controller for Envision in Toronto. In this capacity, he analyses revenue, manages work in progress projects, and maintains inventory systems. Outside of work, Andrew Sommerhalder loves traveling around the world and searches for the best sandwich when on vacation, as well as in his home city. Below are some of the world’s best sandwiches you should try:

Banh Mi: A staple sandwich in Vietnam, the Banh Mi has clear ties to France that came from the country’s past colonization of Vietnam. The sandwich features a hefty amount of Vietnamese produce and ingredients inside, like cold cuts, pickled vegetables, and jalapenos. These are surrounded by a French baguette and pate.

Arepa: This Venezuelan and Colombian sandwich is a popular choice for an after-school snack or light lunch. Arepas are corn cakes filled with virtually anything, from cheese and egg to meat. They are very popular in South America, so finding them there is not challenging. Plus, you can make them at home with minimal effort.

Bean sandwich: Made from red beans cooked in a spicy tomato paste and put into a baguette, a bean sandwich is a common breakfast sandwich found in Senegal. Depending on how you want it, you can also add potatoes, onion sauce, eggs, and pasta into the sandwich so it has a bit more substance. In Senegal, you’ll find bean sandwiches at many street vendors and bakeries.

LCBO Releases Low Sugar Wines in 2021

A finance and accounting professional with over 20 years of experience, Andrew Sommerhalder leads teams and departments to achieve organizational goals. Outside his professional life, Andrew Sommerhalder is a wine aficionado who explores the latest wine creations in Ontario. He shares his top two recommendations with coworkers through a SharePoint file, including detailed pictures and links to wine distributor, Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO).

Considered one of the largest retailers of alcoholic beverages worldwide, LCBO is a governmental enterprise that manages more than 600 retail stores and provides wholesale supply to hundreds of grocery stores all over Ontario, Canada. In 2021, LCBO announced a roster of new alcoholic drinks with a low sugar profile.

Among LCBO’s latest low sugar and extra dry releases are the Bask Pinot Noir and the Villa Maria Private Bin Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough. Both are sold as 750 mL bottles, but while the former is made of dark berries with notes of nuts and spices, the latter consists of grapefruit and green gooseberry leaf with an acidic tone. All LCBO beverages can be viewed and purchased online through their official website.