photoessay at The Guardian provides step-by-step instruction on this Edwardian creation. Pictured above are the ingredients (" and the final product (" .")
Perhaps someone from across the pond can tell me why it's called a "shooter's" sandwich.*
Addendum: Just found a long discussion thread of this sandwich at BoingBoing.
* and Arlene found the answer in this article that accompanied the photoessay: "A triumph of Edwardian cuisine, the shooter's sandwich was originally created as a snack that Cook could make the night before it was required, effectively making a beef Wellington portable so a gentleman needn't get peckish while hunting."