Does that mean a hotdog is a sandwich?
If you slice the hot dogs in half, then lay them out on the bread, that would be a sandwich.
Now, if you are saying that a traditional style hot dog is a sandwich, that is incorrect. The proper definition of a sandwich is that it is meat and condiments between TWO pieces of bread means that a traditionally made hot dog does not get classified as a sandwich since a hot dog bun is ONE piece of bread wrapped around the hot dog.
So the only logical conclusion is that a hotdog is a sub sandwich. I don't see how ordering a "hotdog sub" would be different than ordering a hotdog. So i guess it's technically a kind of sandwich.
THANK YOU!!! I've been trying to explain that to people for years. IMO, any mean, veggies, and/or condiment between bread is a sandwich. Just like putting Felafel in Pita is a sandwich.
But wouldn't Pita cross the line between a taco and a wrap? It's just one piece of bread, folded over with all types of goodies in the middle - sounds like a taco. But the Pita bread texture and consistency is a far cry from both hard taco shells and tortillas. That is where I get a bit confused.