Here they are, the 15 sandwiches that make lunch the most important meal of the day. From Reubens to French dips, lobster rolls to Philly steaks, they’re the best of the best — the sandwiches every true lunch-lover should know how to make. Master them, and you’re the honorary Earl of Sandwich.
“I’ve paid over ten dollars for lobster rolls in Cape Cod and it wasn’t half as good as the ones my Mom taught me to make.” — Starr
“A wonderful club sandwich, just like one that you would pay $10 for at a restaurant.” — mominml
“This is one of the more famous sandwiches straight out of Cuba. Best served with fried plantain chips and a cold mamey milkshake!” — Pretty Pink Bullets
“The ingredients are fresh, delicious, and fill your mouth with marinated joy.” — Always The Hostess
“Best tasting Reuben, you will think you are at a great restaurant!” — Nancy D.
“Delicious and kid approved!” — Meagan Blackwood
“Beer adds a wonderful flavor! French fries make a great side dish, and they are good for dipping, too.” — lonwolf32
“This is the real deal. Messy, yummy, kid-friendly perfection.” — Cosmicfuzz
“A bit different from a traditional Philly, but it has great flavor and makes an excellent sandwich.” — Jane
“The real Monte Cristo with a nice thick batter. Enjoy with currant jelly.” — SEAWAKIM
“My Italian family loves this recipe! A crusty loaf of Italian bread cut in half and layered with olives, meats, and cheeses.” — Mary48
13. Italian Subs
“A classic Italian sub with three kinds of meat and provolone. The kind you get in a mom and pop pizza joint.” — John
“If you order a tuna melt in a New Jersey diner, you’ll get something very similar to this.” — COOKINGIRLLJ
And, of course, the All-American cheeseburger. Or in this case, it’s Minnesota’s famous Juicy Lucy.