When order a sandwich at a sit-down restaurant, what do you like? Maybe you like turkey with tomato. Perhaps it’s roast beef with dijon mustard. It could be a pulled pork sandwich with sweet barbecue sauce. Last week I had a double stacked club sandwich I could barely fit in my mouth. It was excellent.
Normally when we consider our preferred sandwich we think about what goes in the middle, but what about the ends? What about the bread? I’m always caught off guard by the server’s question, “What kind of bread would you like?” I never really considered it. Of course, most of us get the same type of bread every time. If your sandwich came out with everything perfect, except it was on rye instead of white you would probably send it back. The bread isn’t considered much, but is highly important. It makes the sandwich. Without it you have a pile of deli meat and cheese. With it, you have a fork-free meal.