beloved classics around the world
A classic combination of crispy bacon, fresh lettuce, and ripe tomatoes, usually served on toasted bread with mayonnaise. The contrasting flavors and textures make it a popular choice.
A triple-decker delight, the club sandwich consists of layers of roasted or grilled chicken or turkey, bacon, lettuce, tomato, and mayonnaise. It's often assembled with toasted bread and cut into quarters for easy eating.
Hailing from Philadelphia, this iconic sandwich features thinly sliced beefsteak, typically ribeye, cooked with onions and topped with melted cheese (usually Cheez Whiz or provolone).
A French classic, the Croque Monsieur is a toasted ham and cheese sandwich. It typically includes ham, Gruyère or Emmental cheese, and béchamel sauce. The sandwich is then broiled or baked until the cheese becomes bubbly and golden.
This delicious sandwich, also known as a Cuban sandwich, combines roasted pork, sliced ham, Swiss cheese, pickles, and mustard, all pressed together between Cuban bread. It's usually grilled until the cheese melts and the bread becomes crispy.
A staple in many households, the PBJ sandwich consists of peanut butter and jelly (commonly grape or strawberry) spread between two slices of bread. It's a nostalgic and simple combination loved by people of all ages.
Originating from Louisiana, the Po' Boy is a hearty sandwich typically made with fried seafood (such as shrimp or oysters) or roast beef, served on a French bread roll. It's often accompanied by lettuce, tomato, pickles, and a flavorful dressing
A delicious variation of a ham and cheese sandwich, the Monte Cristo is dipped in egg batter and then pan-fried or deep-fried. It usually includes ham, turkey or chicken, Swiss or Gruyère cheese, and is often served with powdered sugar
By: Mary Jones