This Graphic Sandwich Guide Gives You Tons of Lunch Options
There’s nothing better than a good sandwich, but if you’re in the mood for cake, Philadelphia cheese steak, pork katsu, bacon, or good old PB&J, this graphic sandwich guide has instructions on how to make them all. organized by regions of the world and types of sandwiches.
Whether you are interested in a specific type of cuisine or sandwiches of a specific country (the graph shows sandwiches from all over the world, including places like Japan, Argentina, Germany, France and many more) or are you just eating, this guide can help you. It’s broken down by the type of main protein, so there are sections for pork (including bacon, ham, and others), beef, and even seafood (where you’ll come across lobster rolls and po’boys, for example). Basically, you will see how to properly prepare each sandwich, what additional ingredients you need, and the right type of bread for each.
You can view the entire drawing below, but it might be worth grabbing one of their prints to hang on your kitchen wall. The next time you’re wondering what to cook for lunch and you’re tired of the same old egg salad (also on the chart, by the way), you might get a little inspiration from it. Click the magnifying glass below to see the full size chart, or click the link below to order an 18 “x 24” ($ 29) print from the Pop Chart Lab.
Sandwich board with diagrams | Pop Chart Lab