I’ll throw my hat in the ring for a cubano though I’ve not had a good one in years.
Home made sandwich is my favourite.
If I know the question is a trap purely by it’s asking, do I fall victim by responding or purely by the knowledge it’s been asked?
jk chopped cheese foh
I’m a sucker for a sourdough grilled cheese/cheese toastie with good proper mature cheddar,
but as an occasional visitor to the US (from the UK), i had a tofu banh mi from the cinnamon snail in new york (not exactly the most authentic, but hey) that has amazing wasabi mayo and something basil-y in it a year and a half ago and it was incredible. i’m back on the east coast again now and it was the first meal i sought out after landing it was that good.
banh mi are generally a superior sandwich for the spicy mayo and pickled veg and just the cronch of the bread but are almost always ruined by coriander/cilantro so are a real minefield for me.
Grilled three cheese sandwich, fried egg, two pieces of bacon, and tortilla chips
I can deeply respect the person who puts tortilla chips on a sandwich.
Grilled chicken, Bibb lettuce, thick-cut applewood-smoked bacon on panini bread (pressed) with remoulade sauce. Alternatively, a really good cubano or Belegte Brötchen, as listed above (no tomato though because it gets soggy).
Gimme the cronch
Interesting sandwich. The basil could be some sort of pesto
I could see a braised tofu working well in a bahn mi
Yeah, I’ve started making my own with a soy-maple-applewood marinated tofu, then searing it in a cast iron skillet. This sandwich inspired me it was that good
A friend of mine used to work in the cafeteria at public TV here in Boston many years ago. One day Julia Child is there and asks my friend to make a BLT. She said she’s never been so nervous in her life. hahaha