Regional Sandwiches You Need to Try in Your Lifetime

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Regional Sandwiches , You Need to Try in Your Lifetime.
Food website Mashed compiled a
culinary bucket list for you to consider.
These sandwiches were among their top choices.
Philly Cheesesteak, This sandwich was invented in the 1930s by two brothers,
but only consisted of meat and bread. Cocky Joe Lorenza later added provolone and the rest is history.
Philly Cheesesteak, This sandwich was invented in the 1930s by two brothers,
but only consisted of meat and bread. Cocky Joe Lorenza later added provolone and the rest is history.
Muffuletta, This sandwich was invented by Italian immigrants
in New Orleans. It usually consists of ham, salami,
mortadella, provolone, Swiss and an olive salad.
Muffuletta, This sandwich was invented by Italian immigrants
in New Orleans. It usually consists of ham, salami,
mortadella, provolone, Swiss and an olive salad.
Cubano, Cuban immigrants brought this sandwich
consisting of ham, roasted pork, Swiss cheese,
pickles and yellow mustard that is grilled to perfection.
Cubano, Cuban immigrants brought this sandwich
consisting of ham, roasted pork, Swiss cheese,
pickles and yellow mustard that is grilled to perfection.
French Dip, The origin of this sandwich is debatable, but it consists of roast beef, caramelized onions and cheese on a crispy baguette that's served with a side of jus. .
French Dip, The origin of this sandwich is debatable, but it consists of roast beef, caramelized onions and cheese on a crispy baguette that's served with a side of jus. .
Po' Boy, Concocted in New Orleans in 1929, sandwich
shop owners the Martin brothers fed "poor boys" left
jobless by the streetcar strike at the time. They typically consist of seafood, lettuce, tomato and remoulade. .
Po' Boy, Concocted in New Orleans in 1929, sandwich
shop owners the Martin brothers fed "poor boys" left
jobless by the streetcar strike at the time. They typically consist of seafood, lettuce, tomato and remoulade. .
Lobster Roll, There are two kinds of lobster rolls,
Maine and Connecticut style. The first incorporates mayonnaise, while the second uses butter.
Lobster Roll, There are two kinds of lobster rolls,
Maine and Connecticut style. The first incorporates mayonnaise, while the second uses butter.
Italian Beef, Made even more popular by 'The Bear,'
this Chicago staple piles thinly-sliced beef onto
French bread and is topped with sweet or hot peppers.
It's then either dunked in jus or you can get it on the side.
Italian Beef, Made even more popular by 'The Bear,'
this Chicago staple piles thinly-sliced beef onto
French bread and is topped with sweet or hot peppers.
It's then either dunked in jus or you can get it on the side

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