Food writer extraordinaire Jonathan Gold has taken on a monumental task: cataloging the world's best of the world's best food. He says, "Let us pause to consider the sandwich, that magnificent unit of consumption, a construction so minimal that its form may be expressed as: Bread. Not-bread. Bread again...The rise of the sandwich is inseparable from its convenience, from its ability to be consumed quickly and neatly while doing something else...Because a sandwich is a blank slate, it can be perfectly evocative of its time and place...The sandwich and the occasion intertwine...In the dance-off between sandwiches and lived experience, it is often the sandwich we remember best."
Man, no wonder that guy has a Pulitzer Prize.
He sought out the favorites of famed chefs, world food experts, and professional eaters, and shared his findings with Travel+Leisure magazine. And they are sharing the results with you.
So, grab your passport and go: Best Sandwiches from Around the World
And if you wanna make your own great sandwich, check out ManMade's 5 Commandments of Making Great Sandwiches