The United States of Sandwiches
What’s your favorite kind of sandwich? We took a look at each individual state to put together the United States of Sandwiches, featuring some of the most classic specialty sandwiches ever. From Alabama’s pulled chicken with white sauce to the trout sandwich in Wyoming, you’ll have to try a few (or all of these) because they’re not only tasty but you’ll be trying plenty of new sandwiches!
So who’s hungry? Let’s take a look at the specialty sandwiches from every state across America.
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Connecticut and Maine prefer their lobster rolls slightly different.
This classic is a staple in two Northeast states, but Connecticut and Maine have their own unique takes on the popular lobster roll. In Connecticut, they prefer to serve it hot, tossing a quarter-pound of lobster meat onto a bun and drenching it in melted, creamy butter. In Maine, on the other hand, you’ll see that the lobster is served cold on a grilled, hot bun. The lobster itself is tossed with mayonnaise, chopped celery, and a squeeze of lemon. You can’t go wrong with either!
Wisconsin is the place to get the greatest grilled cheese sandwiches.
The Badger State is known for their cheese, as they produce a good amount of America’s cheese supply! As you might expect, those in Wisconsin have been known to get creative with their grilled cheese sandwiches. One of the classics is a traditional grilled cheese sandwich topped with broccoli, roasted carrots, and red onions. To those in Wisconsin, there’s not much better than putting on a cheese hat, tailgating with some unique grilled cheese sandwiches, and watching a Green Bay Packers home game at Lambeau Field.
The classic pulled pork sandwich is a staple in both North Carolina and South Carolina, each with their own unique twists.
People in these bordering states love a good pulled pork sandwich, but you’ll find that they present them a little differently. In North Carolina, the sandwich more often than not consists of dry-rubbed and smoked pork shoulder tossed in some sweet barbecue sauce. Below the state line, it’s more common to find this same sandwich topped with “gold sauce,” which is a tasty mix of yellow mustard, brown sugar, and vinegar.
Here are 50 sandwiches representing all 50 states across America!
- Alabama: Pulled chicken with white sauce
- Alaska: Salmon sandwich
- Arizona: Navajo taco
- Arkansas: Fried bologna sandwich
- California: French dip
- Colorado: Denver sandwich
- Connecticut: Hot lobster roll
- Delaware: The Bobbie
- Florida: The Cuban
- Georgia: Pimento cheese sandwich
- Hawaii: Hawaiian barbecue Kalua pork sandwich
- Idaho: Peanut butter and huckleberry jam
- Illinois: Italian beef
- Indiana: Pork tenderloin sandwich
- Iowa: Loose meat sandwich
- Kansas: Burnt ends
- Kentucky: Hot brown
- Louisiana: Muffuletta
- Maine: Lobster roll
- Maryland: Crab cake sandwich
- Massachusetts: The fluffernutter
- Michigan: The Reuben
- Minnesota: Fried walleye
- Mississippi: Grilled shrimp po’ boy
- Missouri: Hot salami
- Montana: Pork chop sandwich
- Nebraska: The Blackstone Reuben
- Nevada: Patty melt
- New Hampshire: Roast beef sandwich
- New Jersey: Italian sub
- New Mexico: Green chile cheeseburger
- New York: Pastrami on rye
- North Carolina: Pulled pork sandwich
- North Dakota: Sloppy joe
- Ohio: Polish boy
- Oklahoma: Chicken-fried steak sandwich
- Oregon: Fried chicken biscuit sandwich
- Pennsylvania: Cheesesteak
- Rhode Island: Fried clam roll
- South Carolina: Pulled pork with “gold sauce”
- South Dakota: Pheasant sandwich
- Tennessee: The Elvis
- Texas: Smoked brisket
- Utah: Pastrami burger
- Vermont: The Vermonter
- Virginia: Country ham sandwich
- Washington: Banh mi
- West Virginia: Sausage biscuit
- Wisconsin: Grilled cheese sandwich
- Wyoming: Trout sandwich
How many of these sandwiches have you already tried? If it’s not all 50, then now is the time to start checking off the list!
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