Beef On Weck Sandwich

Beef on Weck Sandwich History and Recipe

Some people consider Beef on Weck (thinly sliced slow-roasted rare roast beef piled as high as 6 inches) on a freshly baked kummelweck roll, the Best Roast Beef Sandwich in … Continued

Club Sandwich

Club Sandwich History

The Club Sandwich is a sandwich with cooked chicken breast and bacon, along with juicy ripe tomatoes and crisp lettuce layered between two or three slices of toasted bread with … Continued

Cuban Sandwich History

    History of Cuban Sandwich, Cubano Sandwich    Photo courtesy of Tony Hernandez III of Mr. Cubano, authentic Cuban Sandwiches, in Cape Canaveral, Florida     The Cuban sandwich, … Continued

Dagwood Sandwich History

  Dagwood Sandwich is a multi-layered sandwich with a variety of fillings.   The term, Dagwood Sandwich, is also used to denote a sandwich put together so as to attain … Continued

Fluffernutter Sandwich

Fluffernutter Sandwich History and Recipe

What is a Fluffernutter? It is not just a regular sandwich – but a Fluffernutter Sandwich!   Photo from From Away website. Flutternutter – Registered trade mark of Durkee-Mower Inc.   … Continued

French Dip Sandwich

French Dip Sandwich Recipe and History

A French Dip Sandwich is a hot beef sandwich consisting of tender thin slices of beef layered a long white French roll that is dipped into a flavorful sauce made … Continued

Gyro Sandwich

Gyro Sandwich History

      Gyro – An American-Greek sandwich.  Most food historians generally agree the name “gyro” and the current sandwich are both recent inventions originating in New York during the … Continued

Horseshoe Sandwich

Horseshoe Sandwich Recipe and History

This open-face sandwich is considered the signature dish of Springfield, Illinois, the home of Abraham Lincoln.  This sandwich will make your arteries cringe and your taste buds rejoice!  The people … Continued

Hot Brown Sandwich

Hot Brown Sandwich History and Recipe

Hot Brown Sandwich, sometimes know as a Kentucky Brown, is an open-faced turkey sandwich with turkey, bacon, pimientos, and a delicate Mornay sauce. The sandwich is place under the broiler … Continued

Monte Cristo Sandwich History

  The Monte Cristo Sandwich tends to vary from restaurant to restaurant.  A classic Monte Cristo Sandwich should come with a side of jelly to dip it in. If you love French … Continued

muffuletta sandwich

Muffuletta Sandwich Recipe and History

What is a Muffuletta Sandwich? Muffuletta; muffaletta; mufeletta  (moof-fuh-LEHT-tuh or moo-foo-LE-ta) – It’s nickname is simply muff.   Muffuletta Sandwiches can be found all over New Orleans from delis to pool … Continued

Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich

Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich History

Peanut and Jelly Sandwich is probably the number one choice for a sandwich with American children as well as adults!   I know that I still enjoy this sandwich as … Continued

Philadelphia Cheese Steak

Philadelphia Cheese Steak History and Recipe

According to Philadelphians, you simply cannot make an authentic Philadelphia Cheese Steak sandwich without an authentic Philadelphia roll.  The rolls must be long and thin, not fluffy or soft, but … Continued

Reuben Sandwich

Reuben Sandwich History and Recipe

Sometimes there is nothing like a good messy Reuben sandwich!   A Reuben is a hearty-sized sandwich of corned beef, sauerkraut, and Swiss cheese on Russian rye bread.  Did you … Continued

Runza Sandwich

Runza Sandwich History

  Photo from the Runza Restaurant web site.   The Runza Sandwich is also called Bierocks. They are a yeast dough (a bread pocket) with a filling of beef, cabbage or … Continued