Kinda like when you make a peanut butter sandwich with just one piece of bread and fold it over. Does it become a sandwich then? If not, then it’s definitely the meat that excludes it from sandwich status. Let’s get to the bottom of this.
To use a Southern term that most of us will understand, I believe a sandwich requires loaf bread. On the question of one piece of bread folded over, that's a half a samich. Hot dogs, hamburgers, heros, not a samich.
They would say two pieces of bread with something in between. Most people would say with meat between it.
Bread for hamburgers bread for sandwiches they’re all one piece of bread that is sliced into two pieces. A hotdog bun is one piece of bread that isn’t sliced all the way through. But most of the time when I buy buns, even the nice expensive Pepperidge farms with the sesame seeds, by the time I put everything in it and go to pick it up it’s breaking apart into two pieces.
Subway had to go woke, there fat guy turned skinny spokes person ended up being the pervert we all knew he was. And a hot dog is not a sandwich, you don’t put ketchup on sandwiches or Mayo on hot dogs. Case closed.
Mayo on a bacon wrapped fried hotdog, do you get a coupon to the local cardiologist office or some samples of cholesterol medicine? It’s not my thing, rather have a Chicago dog or a braut with mustard and onions.