Iconic Sandwiches Everyone Should Try

It includes toasted sandwich bread stacked with sliced cooked chicken or ham, bacon, lettuce, tomato and mayonnaise. Like the grilled cheese

Club Sandwich

This beloved American sandwich has similar foreign counterparts all over the world—the French croque-monsieur, the British toastie, the Italian panini

Grilled Cheese

This hot American-born sandwich is made with thinly shaved roast beef piled onto a French roll or baguette bread, topped with cooked onions, melted Swiss

French Dip

The BLT is one of the best uncomplicated sandwiches out there. It showcases three simple ingredients that go together exceptionally well: Bacon, Lettuce and Tomato


Sub sandwiches are named for their long submarine-like shape and are stuffed to the brim with various meats, cheeses, vegetables and condiments.

Sub Sandwich

The peanut butter and jelly sandwich is one of America's oldest and easiest sandwiches to make. So easy, in fact that you don't even really need a recipe for it

Peanut Butter and Jelly

The origins of the Cubano or Cuban sandwich in America are linked to cafes that were popular among Cuban immigrants in Florida. It's a hot sandwich made on Cuban bread

Cuban Sandwich

This regional specialty may be attributed to its eponymous home state of Philadelphia, but it's now a beloved comfort food you can find in all 50 states

Philly Cheesesteak

Reuben sandwiches are stacked with delicious meaty layers of corned beef, sauerkraut, Swiss cheese and Russian dressing on toasted rye bread

Reuben Sandwich

Po' boys are native to the state of Louisiana and particularly to New Orleans. They come in countless variations, usually prepared with meat or fried seafood

Po' Boy

Tuna sandwiches derive from tuna salad, which in its simplest form is nothing more than flaked tuna combined with mayonnaise

Tuna Salad Sandwich

Sloppy joes are a messy concoction of ground beef or pork and onions, drenched in a tomato-y, seasoned sauce and served on hamburger buns

Sloppy Joe


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