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Classic jambon-beurre (foreground)
A jambon-beurre (pronounced [ʒɑ̃bɔ̃ bœʁ]; French for '"ham-butter"') is an extremely popular French ham sandwich made of a baguette sliced open, spread with butter, and filled with slices of ham.
Each day in France, over 3 million jambon-beurre sandwiches are sold, more than almost any other kind of sandwich, except for fast-food hamburgers.