While you're frying up some eggs and bacon, we're cooking up something else: a way to celebrate today's food holiday.
Stuck in the middle with you - November 3 is National Sandwich Day!
Today is an ode to our ultimate lunch-saver, the go-to meal when nothing else will work and the satisfying snacker you can hork down with one hand while driving (not that we'd recommend it). Without sandwiches, we'd be utterly lost, so slap together your favorite stacker and enjoy, whether it be breakfast lunch or dinner.
For a long time, sandwiches were regarded as tavern fare, especially in Europe. During the 1800s, sandwiches skyrocketed in popularity, from a polite society late-night snack amongst the aristocracy to a cheap, fast and portable working class meal amid the Industrial Age. At the same time in America, we were promoting it as an elaborate dinner. Now, sandwiches are the worldwide answer to a quick, satisfying meal.
Everyone has a favorite sandwich, and we'd love to hear about yours! Tell us in the comments below, or discover your new favorite with these five sandwiches from around the world.
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Grilled cheese on rye bread, made with a combination of pepper jack cheese and American cheese, or with Colby jack cheese and fresh jalapenos. Or ham instead of the jalapenos, with a side of soup (potato or broccoli cheese).
Toasted cheese! Open face, well-done, usually cheddar, sometimes with tomato. On light Italian bread that has sesame seeds. Yum!
there is this place near my house that makes the best chicken salad sandwich. The chicken salad has no celery but has almonds and currents. I get it on wheat with lettuce, tomato, onion, s&p and cheese. Great stuff
hmm..what a hard question...so many
Rare roast beef on a good crusty bread with lettuce, tomato, onion, pickle, sharp cheddar cheese (although sometimes I get swiss) mayo and bit of yellow mustard. Yum
Got to say, that grilled cheese looks awesome!
Throw on some bacon and you would have the food of the Gods.
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