Sandwiches to Go – from the USA

Summer is the time for for fresh, easy to make food to enjoy out in the open so as to mop up all the sunshine. Below is a selection of mouthwatering concoctions taken from Sandwich bars all across America, courtesy of Daily Candy –  New York.
And of course don’t forget the best of them all – The BLT (Bacon-Lettuce & Tomato)

Sausage, egg and cheese Bun –
Hill Country Chicken, New York

Hill Country Chicken Sandwich

Become a true Texas comfort food convert thanks to the sausage, egg, and pimento cheese biscuit sandwich.

Pork Baguette –
Baguette Box, Seattle

Baguette Box Sandwich

Like to loaf around? You’ll find yourself pondering which sandwich to munch for lunch from gourmet bites like braised pork shoulder, drunken chicken, and lemon grass steak, with flourishes like harissa oil and apricot aioli.

Beef Baguette  – Grilled organic beef – carrots – red onopn – green onion oil – cilantro
Pork Baguette – Pork – red peppers – harissa oil – red onion relish – cilantro

Fried Egg Sandwich –
Huckleberry Cafe, Los Angeles

Bacon and Egg Sandwich

Lunch on farmers-market-fresh salads and hearty chalkboard-special sandwiches made with seasonal ingredients. Fried egg sandwich with sunny-side up eggs, Niman Ranch bacon, Gruyère cheese, arugula, and aioli on country bread.

Kryponite –
Ike’s Place, San Francisco

A bomb of a sandwich

The secret here is homemade sauce baked directly into the bread (genius!) and then added to every sandwich.
Roast beef, corned beef, pastrami, salami, turkey, bacon, ham, mozzarella sticks, stuffed jalapeno poppers, beer battered onion rings, avocado, pesto, extra pepper jack.

Chicken Salad Sandwich with a twist
Bolsa Mercado, Dallas

The best Chicken Sandwich

Make your sandwich with whatever’s fresh in the fridge that day. Try Texas pimento cheese and sprouts on sourdough or make yourself a chicken salad with walnuts and grapes.

The Gobbler –
Muss & Turner’s, Atlanta

Turkey Gobbler

Give thanks for the Gobbler: shaved, house-roasted turkey; Ritz-cracker stuffing (why didn’t your grandmother think of that?); lingonberry coulis; and thyme aioli on a French bun.


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