Monday, November 03, 2014

Today is National Sandwich Day! Which begs the question...


What's your favorite sandwich?

I can't lay claim to creating a new sandwich variety. The sandwiches I make at home are pretty run-of-the-mill.

Oh, I might throw on some sweet peppers to make it interesting, or slap it on my George Foreman grill for an instant panini. I've been known to get creative about what I put in my tuna salad--I like pretty much everything but the kitchen sink in there, to the consternation of my daughter, who wants some Miracle Whip thrown in and nothing else.

However, I CAN tell you what my favorite sandwich is, currently, and has been for some time.

The Door County Melt.

The Door County Melt is from an amazing little restaurant we have here called Egg Harbor. (The name is misleading; there is oh so much more than eggs at this charming eatery.)



Here's a description of the sandwich, from the restaurant's own menu:

"Our famous all white- meat chicken salad blended with dried cranberries, toasted pecans and crisp diced apples grilled on multi-grain bread with Jack and Cheddar cheeses and ripe tomato."
To quote Ferris Bueller: "It is so choice. If you have the means, I highly recommend picking one up."



If you're curious, Business Insider has rounded up the best sandwiches in America by state.

So, what's your favorite sandwich? Let me know in the comments!

6 comments:

Tobi@simplyjesusministries.com said...

Yum! My favorite sandwich is very similar to yours,just cashews instead of pecans, and if it's on Milton's whole grain bread all the better. Thanks for sharing. :)

Bethany Boring said...

This post made my mouth water! Ha! I love this and the link at the bottom was so interesting to me! Thanks!

http://www.bethanyboring.com

bigthingslittlepeople said...

HAHA! Mine is kind of something my dad and I made up. We toast some bread, fry a hotdog or sausage in butter and then split it down the middle. Spread some mustard on the toast, slice some fancy cheese and layer the hotdog, cheese and toast. It's so yummy.

Laura Mitchell said...

I really like McCallister's chicken salad sandwich, with honey mustard! :)

thetoothlessgrin said...

And now I'm hungry.

I love local diners and restaurants! Thanks for sharing and for the link to find the best around here. I'll need to check that out.

a joyful nusiance said...

My favorite sandwich is from Jason's deli. It's the chicken salad sandwich. Instead of grapes and walnuts, it has pineapple and almonds in it. It. is. FANTASTIC

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