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Sandwich Designer of the Year Grand Final Results

The best sandwich designers in the UK battled it out to be crowned British Sandwich Designer of the Year 2015. 29 of the UK’s finest sandwich designers had won through from five regional heats in the British Sandwich Association’s flagship competition. 

Ben Sibbald, from Made by Ben in Bath was crowned overall winner.

The Sandwich Designer of the Year is a quest to find the UK’s most innovative sandwich designers. There are six categories, all of whom produced a category winner:

Norseland Mexicana/Applewood Cheese Sandwich Designer of the Year:

Ben Sibbald, Made by Ben in Bath - Norseland Applewood

Universal Meats Sliced Chicken Breast Sandwich Designer of the Year:

Rachel Price-Whittle, The Cooking Company, Redditch - Muay Thai Chicken

Geeta’s Pomegranate & Mango Chutney Sandwich Designer of the Year:

Dominic Salter, The Sandwich Box, Cheltenham - Pea Paneer Pocket

Sam Browne Foods Duck Leg Sandwich Designer of the Year:

Simon Chiremba, Greencore, Northampton - Ultimate French Sandwich

English Provender Company Beetroot Relish with Horseradish & Dill  - Sandwich Designer of the Year:

Dawn Roe, Saints & Sinners, Beverley, East Yorkshire - Partners in Crime

Harvey & Brockless Huge Sauce Roast Sesame and Chilli Sauce - Sandwich Designer of the Year:

Asher Simpson, Chandos Deli, Exeter - The Forty Thieves

A great range of pictures can be found here.

British Sandwich Association’s Gethin Evans, said: “The 2015 competition has produced some truly epic sandwiches. This year we had several new contestants lined up against some seasoned campaigners and every single sandwich was on the money. We even had one entrant from Amsterdam fly in for the competition.  

“Head judge, Michelin starred Theo Randall, was taken aback by the sheer depth of flavour used in the design of these sandwiches. He did have to eat every one of the 29 sandwiches which might well seem a lot but he said he just wanted to keep going to experience the next one every time.”