Gyros to Heroes:
A Column About Sandwiches
Writer, occasional academic and sandwich enthusiast Lindsay Eanet is fascinated by the power two slices of bread and filling seem to possess. The zombie-like way customers grab the suspect packaged gas-station sandwiches after a long road trip, the love affair a dear friend of hers seems to have with the humble Döner kebab. In this column, she seeks to explore the greater truths this humble foodstuff can reveal: its defiance of socioeconomic status, its ability to bring people together, its many names and incarnations and nuances. Outside the title, she will try to avoid terrible sandwich puns as much as possible.
Grilled Cheese Perfection.
In honor of National Grilled Cheese Month, which I’ve just been informed is an actual month of observance, I decided to do a little research. After googling “perfect grilled cheese,” I charted the advice and elements recommended by my sandwich-loving peers. What follows are the crudely drawn results.
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