A wrap
is a type of a sandwich, similar to a burrito or gyro, but differs from the typical sandwich mainly because one piece of soft flatbread–such as a wheat-flour tortillas, lavash, or pita–completely surrounds the contents–as opposed to a typical “sandwich,” which has both a top and bottom piece of bread.

Legend has it that a waitress in Stamford, Connecticut served the first wrap in the mid-1990s after the restaurant had run out of bread, but today wraps have become ordinary menu items at such establishments as McAlister’s Deli, KFC, and even McDonald’s. 

Here are a few wrap recipes to consider for your next perfect picnic…

 Burrito BLT Wraps…  Betty Crocker
 
California Chicken Acocado Citrus Salad Wraps
   
Chicken and Bean Slaw Wraps…My Recipes
  
Lime Shrimp Lettuce Wraps…Paula Deen
  
Taco Chicken Wraps…Pillsbury

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