Each State's Most Iconic Sandwiches

Each State's Most Iconic Sandwiches

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August 8, 2019

Quick, what's the most popular sandwich in the state where you live? Think you know? Or don't have a clue? Either way, ezcater.com recently published a list of America’s 50 Most Iconic Sandwiches by State, which is sure to spark laughter, debate — and of course, hunger!

There are definitely a few no-brainers in the list, including:
Pennsylvania: Cheesesteak – aka “The Philly” sliced beef; American cheese, and the obligatory onions and peppers
Texas: Smoked Brisket – Succulent meat prepared in typical Texas fashion, frequently with onions and mayonnaise between yeast bread

Among the more interesting picks we have:
Tennessee: The Elvis Sandwich – A griddle-fried fabrication with peanut butter, banana, and bacon 

And as a particular recommendation for our own viewers:
Wisconsin: Bratwurst – Pile on the sauerkraut and enjoy with a side of Big Joe or Molly B. Polka Party!

Check out the full list HERE.

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