I’ve only tried Arby’s a handful of times but when I heard (last year, I think) that they would be serving a Venison Sandwich, I definitely wanted to give it a try.
Being an adventurous carnivore, I had tried venison a few times in the past. I enjoyed a reindeer sandwich during a brief visit to Helsinki, Finland, and I also remember having venison steak in Germany a couple of times.
I have to admit that I’m an extremely picky eater when it comes to healthy foods like fruits and vegetables. However, I’m a bit more adventurous when it comes to other kinds of foods. Check out my post: The 6 Oddest Foods That I’ve Ever Tried to get an idea of some of the things that I’ve tried.
Travel + Leisure came up with a slideshow featuring America’s Strangest Sandwiches.
My first thought after reading their title was, I have to check this out. I mean, who doesn’t love a good sandwich? Things placed on a bun or between 2 slices of bread are usually better!
Back in late August, Zagat had an article about regional sandwiches around the U.S. When I saw the article’s title “50 States, 50 Sandwiches”, only a few sandwiches came to mind. I thought of New Orleans (Louisiana) for the Po’ Boy & Muffeletta and Philadelphia (Pennsylvania) for the Philly Cheesesteak.
The article got me wondering about what other regional sandwiches existed around the country. I also wondered if I’ve heard of some of the others. I’d assume there would be some that just didn’t come to mind initially.