Just what goes into to the making of a super sandwich? We've gathered together a few eye-witness reports, examined a number of aerial photographs and spoken to that annoying bloke off the telly who says 'pukka' a lot. And this is what we've come up with.
Admittedly, a lot of guesswork has been involved here, but we're reasonably confident that the rough floor plan below is an accurate prediction of how the final sandwich will turn out.
|1||Upper crust, with weatherproofing and solar powered cooling vents.||2||Assorted spiced meat off-cuts|
|3||Observation deck||4||A flange of pressed gammon|
|5||Middle crust, for extra stability, and to insulate the lower levels from spontaneous lightening strikes.||6||Compressed gherkins, set in a special polymer resin to absorb the heat during re-entry.|
|7||M&Ms, chopped Mars Bars and Peanut butter. This level was put together by the children of the Woodlands Elementary School in Chester as part of their 'Design a Layer for the Big Sandwich' competition.||8||Classified|
|9||Braised lizard skin, salted, spiced and then delicately taunted by one of France's top chefs for over three hours.||10||Foundation layer, incorporating boiler room.|