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Iconic Sandwiches | Baguette Abouddit | Ft. Lauderdale

www.bagguetteabouddit.com | Sandwiches are arguably America’s most favorite food. It is virtually impossible for most Americans to go for a whole week without consuming some type of sandwich. As a big component in the American cuisine, almost every region in America has its own distinct sandwich type. While it is impossible to list all the different types of sandwiches available in the US, some have transcended their regional origins to gain nationwide appeal. Here are 6 sandwiches that can be considered as icons in American cuisine.

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Iconic Sandwiches | Baguette Abouddit | Ft. Lauderdale

  1. 1. 6 Iconic Sandwiches Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
  2. 2. Sandwiches are arguably America’s most favorite food. It is virtually impossible for most Americans to go for a whole week without consuming some type of sandwich. As a big component in the American cuisine, almost every region in America has its own distinct sandwich type. While it is impossible to list all the different types of sandwiches available in the US, some have transcended their regional origins to gain nationwide appeal. Here are 6 sandwiches that can be considered as icons in American cuisine.
  3. 3. 1. The Sub Depending on where you are in America, you might know the sub by one of the many regional names such as hoagie, hero, grinder or spuckie. All of these names refer to Italian style sandwiches whose defining feature is the Italian/French bread that is usually a foot (12 inches) long. The sandwich is versatile due to the different types of fillings that you can use. The fillings usually consist of a combination of meats, veggies, cheeses, and condiments/spices. Apart from the versatility, subs are also popular since they can serve as a full meal, especially if you are more generous with the fillings.
  4. 4. 2. The club sandwich Also known as the club house sandwich, it traces its origin to the Union Club in New York in the earlier years of the 20th century. Its main components are sliced poultry (chicken or turkey), fried bacon, lettuce, tomatoes, and mayonnaise. There are placed between two slices of toasted bread and held together by cocktail sticks or toothpicks.
  5. 5. 3. The Po’ Boy The po’ boy is a sandwich that is native to Louisiana. The sandwich consists of a baguette that is split lengthwise to hold the fillings. There are two types of po’ boy fillings; the first being sloppy roast beef while the other being fried seafood. Different types of seafood can be used for a fried-seafood Po’ boy. They include shrimp, oyster, crab, crawfish, and catfish. The final touch for a proper Louisiana po’ boy is a healthy dollop of mayonnaise or gravy.
  6. 6. 4. Grilled Cheese Sandwich and melts A grilled cheese sandwich is made by placing your favorite cheese between two slices of bread and then grilling the sandwich until all the cheese melts. When any other filling is introduced to the sandwich, it ceases to be a grilled cheese sandwich and becomes a melt. Popular fillings for melts include beef, turkey, tuna, and ham. Diners usually have grilled cheese sandwiches and melts in the menu which is the reason behind their popularity.
  7. 7. 5. PB&J The PB&J is a staple in all American homes. It is estimated that the average American will have eaten more than 1500 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches by the time they graduate from high school. That is how iconic the PB&J has been in American cuisine. A PB&J sandwich consists of two slices of bread with layers of peanut butter and fruit flavored jelly between them. There are variations which use honey or jam instead of jelly.
  8. 8. 6. The Sloppy Joe The sloppy Joe is made using two hamburger buns stuffed with ground beef, onion, ketchup, and Worcestershire sauce filling. There are some variations of the sandwich that uses vegetable protein or ground turkey. Different sauces and condiments can also be used.
  9. 9. Have you tasted any of the above? Or better yet, is there any of these that you haven’t devoured yet?
  10. 10. Stop in at Baguette Abouddit and try one of our Un- Baguettable sandwiches today! For more information on Baguette Abouddit visit www.baguetteabouddit.com Click MENU to see everything you have to choose from! Visit us on social media. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google+ & YouTube

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