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by Sarah Steimer

Barbecue pulled chicken sandwich with slaw

These sandwiches were heaven. We were out all day and had plans to make them when we got home, and it was just about all I could think about. They were really quite simple to make, and the chipotle added an extra zip that took it beyond a simple lunchtime sandwich.

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by Sarah Steimer

Zucchini and pickled beet sandwich

No matter how many dishes I make or how many new recipes I try, sandwiches are still one of my favorite meals. This recipe was no exception, and it proves you don’t need meat to make a tasty and satisfying sandwich.

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by Caitlin Saniga

Feta-dill chicken salad in pita pockets

Faithful, long-time blog readers may recall a certain $6 Snack post I wrote that featured hummus from Aladdin’s in Akron, Ohio. Hummus is my favorite appetizer to order whenever I’m home and in the Aladdin’s neighborhood. But the chicken salad pocket is my favorite entree. It has a distinctly Mediterranean taste to it — from what I guess to be feta, lemon and tahini. Toasted almonds are nice touch, too. Here’s my attempt at recreating the chicken salad, and I think it’s a close match.

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by Caitlin Saniga

Grilled cheese with mushrooms and sun-dried tomatoes

What does one do when the grocery store gods mark mushrooms and muenster cheese on sale? One stocks up on pumpernickel bread, grabs sun-dried tomatoes from the pantry and makes grilled cheese.

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by Sarah Steimer

Broccoli-cheddar grilled cheese

The concept is pretty obvious: the sandwich version of the beloved broccoli-cheddar soup. (If you prefer the liquid version, check out Caitlin’s popular recipe here.)


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by Caitlin Saniga | photos by Joel Hawksley

Banh mi from Viet Sub in Roanoke, Va.

The banh mi from Viet Sub in Roanoke, Va., measure about 10 inches in length, and they’re brimming with fresh-tasting ingredients. If you’ve never tried banh mi before, I recommend bringing a friend and splitting the three sandwiches so you can try all of the variations.

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by Sarah Steimer

I could see this sandwich at a cool, modern diner. It has all the American classics - green beans, hard-boiled eggs, creamy dressing - all thrown up in the air and tossed in a brand-new way.

I could see this sandwich at a funky, updated diner. It has all the American classics — green beans, hard-boiled eggs, creamy dressing — all redone in a modern fashion.


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