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In the late-19th century, at elegant ladies’ luncheons, a popular snack was small, crustless tea sandwiches with butter and cucumber, cold cuts or cheese.
The 10 top sodium-laden food categories are breads, pizza, sandwiches, cold cuts and cured meats, soups, burritos and tacos, savory snacks (including chips, popcorn, pretzels and crackers), chicken, cheese, and eggs and omelets.
The muffuletta is a variation on the Italian sandwich, a medley of cold cuts, ham, mortadella, salami, pepperoni and cappicola, plus Swiss and provolone cheeses (a vegetarian version is available).
The Fat Anthony combines two classics: the chicken parm, and the cold cut Italian hero.
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: cold cooked meats (such as turkey, roast beef, or ham) that have been cut into thin slices
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