In celebration of National BLT Month, let's look at the history of the perfect food—otherwise known as bacon, lettuce, and tomato sandwich—and how to create a perfect one.
Anyone can make a sandwich, but a memorable one is the perfect blend of bread, fillings, tastes, and textures. Here’s a list of imaginative ingredients and how to combine them to make the best sandwich!
I've been around the world, sampling food from everywhere. This pulled pork sandwich is something otherworldly. You've never had anything like it.
Give life to your boring hard boiled egg by making it a delicious sandwich spread. Enjoy the freshness of homemade sandwich spread with any kind of bread.
This is a perfect grilling-season recipe. Light and healthy, this sandwich can easily be adjusted it to make it your own. Change up the vegetables to use what's in season, and add your favorite condiments and toppings. This is truly a choose-your-own-adventure recipe!
The combination of food and flat bread is centuries old, but the marriage of the flour tortilla and "American" food originated with a baseball legend. Here you'll find the story and fun recipe ideas.
A meaty and succulent Belgian blue beef burger topped with melted cheese and infused red onion between two slices of eggy bread is served with oven-roasted potato wedges.
Philly Cheesesteak wars are a constant event between Pat's and Geno's in South Philly. My recipe has them both beat. Check it out.
A Classic club sandwich is a quick and easy meal. They are made with sliced bread which may be toasted if you desire. They are filled with deli meats, bacon and cheeses and more! Try one today!
Smoked salmon is not just for use in the preparation of hors d'oeuvres. This page looks at three different types of cold smoked salmon and six delicious smoked salmon sandwich recipes.
Are you looking for an easy and delicious recipe that includes imitation crabmeat? Give this recipe a try!
The iconic pork roll and egg (a.k.a. Taylor ham and egg) or the close cousin: the Bodega sandwich. Order it wrong here in New Jersey, and you get a smack upside the head. Don't be a schmuck!
With coleslaw and french fries making this sandwich so unique, you'll find everything you need to know to make this Pittsburgh classic right here. Step by step photos and instructions are included.
The story is that the Earl of Sandwich (you can already see where this is going) created the first sandwich in the 18th century. The story is quite comprehensively wrong, although John Montagu, the fourth earl, did give his name to the concoction.
Sandwich fillers that will make your eyes water and fill you up with nutritious proteins and vitamins. You may try these but be warned: the risk is all yours. Strong stomachs recommended.
Use these recipes for traditional and more contemporary sandwich flavor combinations to give an afternoon tea or special occasion luncheon a delicious flair.