Not to brag, but 2015 was a solid year for reviews of Quiznos sandwiches and other food offerings on YouTube.
Ah, the po’ boy sandwich. When done right with great crispy crust bread and fully dressed, it’s delicious with anything inside—fried shrimp or fried oysters or roast beef and so on. But how did a sandwich ever get the name of a po’ boy? What’s the origins of this magnificent creation? The Mind of a Chef drops in a…
How do you make a sandwich at home? Grab some bread, slap together some mustard and mayo, throw in some turkey, add some cheese, lettuce, tomato and onions, and then eat it right? That’s what normal people do but that’s a total shortcut. How do you truly make a sandwich at home and from scratch? It involves farming…
Sandwiches are the reason why happiness is possible. Why being optimistic pays off. Why lending a helping hand is worth it. Because if you’re a good person who does more good things than bad things, your faith in life is reaffirmed when you bite into a sandwich. Every sandwich is basically paying it forward. Here are…
Shake Shack, perhaps the best burger chain in the world and if you disagree you probably need to see if you can get a new tongue, just announced their first ever chicken sandwich, a fried chicken sandwich that looks like the Platonic ideal of what a fried chicken sandwich should look like (if you like mayo, that is).…
I have spent many waking hours trying to rank the best sandwiches. But there are so many sandwiches! Here’s a good place for me to start: this poster shows all types of sandwiches deconstructed in delicious drawings. But there are still so many sammiches I haven’t eaten!
Here's a neat series artist David Schwen made with The Daily Share: he deconstructed pizza, cheeseburgers, tacos, sandwiches and hot dogs and then placed each of their ingredient separately on lunch trays. The comfort foods look almost surgical under this sort of layout. And, well, they also look like a slightly…
It never occurred to me to wonder who or what cuts those soul crushing pre-packaged sandwiches that I always find myself eating at an airport, but now I know: it's one of these magic machines. The cutting arm seeks out whole sandwiches and positions its slicer perfectly with ultrasound to deliver the optimal cut.
In the broad spectrum of goofball ideas out there, attaching piping fresh toasties to colorful little parachutes and tossing them out of a window to someone's open arms ranks pretty highly towards the Yup, That's Pretty Damn Silly end of things. And yet! Jafflechutes exists, and it does exactly that. What a wonderful…
When lunchtime rolls around during the work week, you’ve got a handful of options that usually boil down to two: Head out to one of the food-slingin’ establishments within walking distance, or reach into your bag to eat whatever it is you packed yourself to chow down on that afternoon.
Light leaks create some of the most serendipitous moments in photography. But in digital, they're usually created by faking it in post production. For this week's Shooting Challenge, you'll use a 2-cent sandwich bag to recreate the effect.
Sandwiches are objectively the single greatest culinary invention—ever. But how are you supposed to consume this marvel of man in the zero-gravity environment that is outer space? Fortunately, everyone's favorite Canadian astronaut, Chris Hadfield, seems to have solved the problem.
Genghis Khan. Alexander the Great. Dagwood. Men of insatiable appetites, all. But none of them came close to creating—much less consuming—a sandwich of this magnitude. Bow, mortal, to the 35 meats, 28 pounds, and countless shuttered arteries that comprise the meatiest sandwich ever.
So I may be stuck at home while the rest of Gizmodo frolics in Vegas at CES, but at least I can eat a fucking sandwich without needing a stupid harmonica neck-brace. Suckers! *weeps into her rye bread* [DailyWhat]
Like cicadas or Fleetwood Mac reunion tours, the McRib only comes around once or twice in a generation. Starting today, and for the next six weeks, every McDonald's location in the US will carry the mythical manwich. Hallelujah.
The grilled cheese is usually a humble affair. Bread. Butter. Cheese. Not for Eleven Madison Park's Daniel Humm, who turns the plebeian snack into an supersandwich—using only an 8" knife and a, broiler, and grocery store ingredients.
The world's most exclusive Subway is also cooler than you'd ever thought Subway could be: Fully-functioning, inside a shipping container, delivering sandwiches up and down the full height of the Ground Zero construction—soon to top 100 stories.
If you read websites about food, NYC or general wackiness, there's a good chance you've recently run into Scanwiches—a Tumblr with nothing but flatbed scans of bisected deliciousness. Here's the story behind the site.