These Are Hands Down The Greatest Sandwiches Of All Time

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The sandwich is the perfect meal. It’s portable, it’s filling, and there are endless possibilities. Sandwiches can be sweet or savory, and served hot or cold. Are you a vegetarian? Great, have a sandwich. Are you a meat lover? Great, here are more sandwiches. Check out our favorites.

You shouldn’t need a recipe for this. It’s in the name, folks: bacon, lettuce, and tomato. The beauty of the perfect BLT is that if you use good B, L, and T, you will have a good BLT. This sandwich is all about using good quality ingredients. That said, there is a little margin for error. Basically, the bacon needs to be freshly fried, hot, and crispy, the lettuce must be anything other than iceberg and have some real bite, and the bread must be toasted.

The origins of the BLT are a bit opaque. Some believe it’s a descendent of English tea-time sandwiches from the Victorian era, while others believe it’s an American variation on the classic club sandwich, which was popularized in the dining cars of America’s bustling railways. According to Michele Jordan, author of The BLT Cookbook, the first mention of the BLT can be found in a 1903 issue of Ladies Home Journal magazine. Who knew?

Has a tuna melt ever been spectacular? Probably not, but it’s a diner classic for a reason. Classically open-faced but sometimes served between two slices of bread, this sandwich combines toasted bread, tuna salad, and melted cheese. While the true origin of this sandwich is somewhat murky, the tuna melt was allegedly invented at a Woolworth’s lunch counter in 1965 in Charleston, South Carolina. According to writer Warren Bobrow, an order for a grilled cheese sandwich on white bread with a smear of mayo came in.

The tuna melt can be a polarizing sandwich. Not everyone is a fan of warmed up tuna salad and cheese. What’s the secret to a perfect tuna melt? Crispy, substantial bread, not too much tuna salad, and actually melt that cheese, please!

Keep watching to see These Are Hands Down The Greatest Sandwiches Of All Time.

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BLT | 0:00
Tuna melt | 1:10
Grilled Cheese | 2:08
Banh mi | 3:03
Reuben | 3:55
French dip | 4:53
Philly cheesesteak | 5:56
Monte Cristo | 6:48
Lobster roll | 7:32
Torta | 8:24
Peanut butter and jelly | 9:02
Bagel with cream cheese and lox | 10:13
Po’boy | 11:08
Cuban | 11:48

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Comments

Cliff Leatherby says:

But….what about a meatball sub? For i loves thems…

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Ro G says:

Hot dog. 🌭
Sandwich or not a sandwich? 🤔 🥪

Joseph Slater says:

The muffuletta.

Dn K says:

I like Italian veal sandwiches 😋

Costa Athan says:

“Supposably?” Discredits the whole video!!!

Jkev24 says:

French dip is overrated.

BLT shouldn't make the list either. It's basically a club sandwich without ham and/or turkey.

Lynda C says:

Only thing I would add is a Turkey Club.

Webjammer1 says:

No deep fried pork tenderloin sandwich?

Christopher Jenkins says:

Tip: don't call them Philly cheesesteaks. Just ask for a cheesesteak, no need for the Philly. We can spot tourists from a mile away like this. Finally…NOBODY in Philly eats at Pat's or Geno's. Tourist traps! Try Max's or Ishkabibble's.

Raymond Eldridge says:

You forgot roast beef on kennewick

light em up says:

You don't know what blt stands for.

Marlene Olson says:

My top picks, in no particular order: Cuban (gasp…no salami), Reuben, Banh Mi, Oyster Po’Boy, BLT…..and everything else in the video.

SpinningSage says:

French dip; the customer is always right!

Jessie Bowlin says:

I’ve only had a torta on bolillo. The crusty outside is superior to the soft crust of telera, in my opinion.

timoback3000 says:

BLT and Philly Cheese r 2 of my favorites

stephen capillas says:

No mention of hamburgers? That qualifies as a sandwich.

Jeremy LaLonde says:

The Woolworth's shown is in Bakersfield, CA. Still had an open lunch counter last time I was there. Great food and nostalgia.

Angie Mac says:

Courdon bleu with lettuce pepper bacon…french dip is good too! Yum… 😄

Ginger Miller says:

The BLT is all about EACH AND EVERY INGREDIENT — NOT JUST "the blt". The bread AND the mayo matter and can make or break the sandwich no matter how great the bacon, lettuce, and/or tomato is.

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