The best sandwich in every state

Subway's new Pit-Smoked Brisket sandwich, photo provided by Subway
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Forty down, ten to go. Folks, we are officially in the home stretch here, so hold on just a bit longer with us, and we promise that it’ll all be worth it in the end (if it hasn’t been proven to you already).

Which sandwich could you recreate with your fridge/pantry ingredients right now?! Let us know down in the comments below which one(s), and we’ll talk!

Next up, let’s travel to South Dakota and Tennessee!

41. South Dakota

Sandwich: Pheasant Salad Sandwich

Where to Enjoy: The Pheasant Restaurant

First of all, I’ve never even heard of such a sandwich, but I do know that people go pheasant hunting and eat the bird; in fact, back in the day, my Dad used to go pheasant hunting and even had some pheasant stew out of the birds that he caught.

The pheasant salad itself is made with (dried) cranberries, chopped apples, and roasted pecans. Doesn’t sound too bad, huh? It kinda sounds like what’s in some chicken salads if you ask me. It’s also topped with melted Swiss cheese and folded all together beautifully on some fresh rye bread. Yum….

Have you tried this one yet? Your thoughts? Let’s hear it!

42. Tennessee

Sandwich: Hot Chicken

Where to Enjoy: Prince’s Hot Chicken or Hattie B’s (anywhere in Nashville, pretty much)

I mean, if you know anything about Nashville, then you know that they are famous for their Nashville hot chicken, be it in a sandwich, chicken tender form, or whatever else you please.

Two of the most famous places to dive into one of these are Hattie B’s and Prince’s Hot Chicken (if you travel there, just go ahead and do yourself a favor: try them both out and compare the two! Or just eat from both establishments for some hot and delicious fun!

Have you tried this one yet? Your thoughts? Let’s hear it!