November 3 is National Sandwich Day, which provides the perfect reason to showcase our Food Channel top 10 sandwiches. According to Sandwich America, nearly 7 in 10 restaurants offer some type of sandwich on the menu and Americans eat an average of 3.7 sandwiches per week.
Our consumer insights partner, Culturewaves, has been tracking trends in portable foods since the early ’90s. Sandwiches have been around since the 1st century or earlier and have enjoyed a surge in popularity lately.
Once more valued for its portability and convenience, today’s sandwich takes on a variety of forms, with ingredient options limited only by your imagination. Our favorites include classics with a contemporary twist and those reflecting the flavor explosion of ethnic influences.
This craveable fiery-hot regional sandwich has jumped from local Nashville restaurants to menus everywhere to become one hot sandwich trend.
Everything you love about the indulgent flavor of an Eggs Benedict sandwich for a weekend brunch can be easily translated into a breakfast sensation!
This delicious mash-up pairs the comfort food appeal of a grilled pimento cheese sandwich with a classic BLT.
This easy-to-assemble sandwich revs up the flavor with lean deli-sliced Buffalo chicken as a tasty alternative to plain deli-sliced ham or turkey.
Buttery-rich lobster seasoned with a squeeze of fresh lemon, toasted ciabatta bread, crisp bacon, ripe tomato, spring greens and fresh-made lemon aioli—we’ve gone all out to create the ultimate club sandwich.
The Watkins Glen Speedway Pierogi Burger is new on the menu at “The Glen.” This classic Northeastern-inspired burger adds the comforting flavors of savory pan-fried potato-and-cheese filled pierogis and grilled onions to an all-American burger.
Luscious melted sharp white Cheddar cheese, salty crispy bacon, creamy peanut butter and a touch of sweet blackberry preserves!
We paired smoky-sweet griddled country ham, gooey melted Fontina and creamy maple Dijon sauce together for our Monte Cristo sandwich and then drenched it in real maple syrup for the perfect brunch or late-night sandwich recipe.
This spicy-fresh Vietnamese sandwich layers thin slices of tender marinated grilled pork tenderloin with crunchy pickled veggies, fresh-cut jalapeno, thin ribbons of cucumber and spicy chile mayo on a French baguette.
And leading up to Thanksgiving…
Wow the “kids table” with these roast turkey and cheese sliders with-a-twist! We added the craveable flavor of gooey-on-the-inside, crispy-on-the-outside mac & cheese bites to our mini sliders for added fun.
Happy National Sandwich Day!