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Sandwich Week

Uncrustables Are Better Than a PB&J You Make Yourself

Wraps Are Objectively Terrible

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The Ultimate Guide to Sandwich Spreads

The key to a flavorful sandwich is a good spread

The Key Components of the Perfect Veggie Sandwich

The Best Three-Ingredient Sandwich Recipes, According to Eater Editors

The sandwiches we make most often are in the simple, no-recipe mold, and often involve just three ingredients

When I Can’t Summon the Will to Cook, I Air Fry Grilled Cheese

The Trick to Avoiding a Soggy Sandwich, According to Sandwich Experts

Why Not Make Your Own Sandwich Bread

Adding These Ingredients Will Fix Any Boring Sandwich

In Defense of Vegenaise

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The Ultimate Guide to Sandwich Breads

Without the bread, a sandwich is nothing but a charcuterie board; a lost pile of meat, cheese, toppings, and spreads

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Want to Make Restaurant-Worthy Sandwiches at Home? Start Here.

The secrets to building the perfect sandwich, from the bread to the textures to the acid

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