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However,  they  are  often  served  with  a  soup,  a  potato, and vegetables. They are good main dishes for lunch or dinner when served this way. FINGER SANDWICHES.— Finger sandwiches are two slices of bread with a filling such as tuna, egg, or  ham  salad  cut  into  three  rectangular  strips.  Finger sandwiches are normally served as appetizers or for ceremonial   occasions.   Because   these   sandwiches contain salad mixtures, they should not be used in box lunches. Sandwich  Production To  make  many  sandwiches  quickly,  follow  the  steps shown in figure 5-10. Have all sandwich material ready, allow  ample  work  space.  Sanitary  procedures  and precautions  must  be  strictly  followed  in  the  preparation and  serving  of  sandwiches.  Some  of  these  procedures and precautions are listed next. .  Fillings  for  cold  sandwiches  are  highly susceptible  to  bacterial  contamination,  and  every precaution should be taken when preparing and serving sandwiches.  Never allow sandwiches to stand at room temperature for more than 4 cumulative hours. This 4-hour period includes the time spent chopping or dicing food after it has been cooked. If the sandwiches will not be  consumed  immediately,  they  must  be  held  at temperatures  below  40°F. Figure 5-10.—Steps in producing sandwiches with salad fillings. 5-21

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