Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Mlaw, May 5, 2014.
1. The diagonally sliced half is optimized for dipping in a variety of soup containers.
2. Mutual support in a vertical setting maintains overall structural integrity in the hours leading up to lunch.
thats only 2
I don't eat soup out of a coffee mug so the first point is FUCKING BULLSHIT
This thread should now be closed
The second one is good
3. Hypotenuse length maximizes tongue-to-sandwich-filling contact area.
thread. Stick to eyetalian food topics.
4. Longer fissure span means increased chance of creating a melted Cheese Bridge.
5. Triangle structure creates an obvious grab zone.
Okay now this is turning into an infomercial
6. Acute corners allow for four perfect initial sandwich bites.
7. The initial corner consumption sets up two ultimate bites of unmatched, crustless perfection.
How about not cut at all
what kind of animal are you
Some sandwiches don't want to be cut
Some sandwiches just want to watch the world burn
I love how our food expert can't even properly make a grilled cheese sandwich
Besides the first reason, I'd say these are pretty much right-on.
It was my first time