“What’s that? This is the last one? The no more sandwich articles? FREEDOM! FREEDOM!”
~AFFotD’s Recently Over-Taxed Research Department
Several weeks ago we embarked on a dangerous mission—to write about every kind of American sandwich that we hadn’t previously covered in our four-part Submarine Sandwiches of America series from over a year ago. Some thought it couldn’t be done. Some resigned in outrage. The rest of us got drunk and decided, “Fuck it, we’ll probably miss a few sandwiches, but whatever” and got to writing. Since then we’ve talked about American classics, regional favorites, and way more open faced sandwiches than we expected to have to cover when we shruggingly decided to count random piles of shit on a single piece of bread as a sandwich. But we’ve finally come to an end to our journey, and we’re going to take things out the only way we know how.
By telling you about extremely strange sandwiches that have been created by America’s culinary know-how and disregard for convention. Well, not like last time when we talked about sweet ones. This here’s the savory division, y’all.
American Sandwich Series: Sandwiches Oddities of America (Savory Division)