Some Of These Little Known Details About Elvis Will Make You See The King Of Rock In A Whole New Light
He had a sandwich named after him
On February 1, 1976, Elvis tasted this sandwich for the first time, and he was hooked. It’s called the Fool’s Gold Loaf and consists of two pieces of hollowed-out French white bread, creamy peanut butter, grape jelly, and fried bacon. While entertaining a few friends at his home, the sandwich came up in conversation, and Elvis started craving it, so he bought a bunch for himself and his guests, pairing them with Perrier and champagne. Now nicknamed the “Elvis sandwich,” the Fool’s Gold Loaf is made by the Colorado Mine Company, which is located in Denver, Colorado.