9 Most Popular Sandwiches in America 

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BLT sandwich 

This classic sandwich features crispy bacon, fresh lettuce, and ripe tomato slices, often layered with mayonnaise on toasted bread.

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Club Sandwich

The club sandwich typically consists of layers of sliced turkey or chicken, bacon, lettuce, tomato, and mayonnaise stacked between three slices of toasted bread.

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The Reuben sandwich is made with corned beef, Swiss cheese, sauerkraut, and Russian or Thousand Island dressing, usually served on rye bread and grilled until the cheese is melted.

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Pulled Pork Sandwich

This barbecue favorite features slow-cooked, tender pulled pork that is typically seasoned with barbecue sauce and served on a bun. Coleslaw or pickles are often added for added flavor and texture.

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Turkey Club

Similar to the classic club sandwich, the turkey club typically includes sliced turkey breast, bacon, lettuce, tomato, and mayonnaise on toasted bread.

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Chicken Parmesan Sandwich

Inspired by Italian cuisine, this sandwich features breaded and fried chicken cutlets, marinara sauce, melted cheese (usually mozzarella or provolone), and sometimes additional toppings like peppers or onions.

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Grilled Cheese

 A comfort food staple, the grilled cheese sandwich consists of melted cheese between two slices of buttered and grilled bread. It can be enjoyed plain or customized with additional ingredients like tomato, bacon, or avocado.

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Po' Boy

Hailing from Louisiana, the Po' Boy is a traditional sandwich made with a long French bread roll and typically filled with fried seafood (such as shrimp or oysters) or roast beef. It is often accompanied by lettuce, tomato, pickles, and a tangy sauce.