It’s National Sandwich Day! (It’s one less thing to decide today.)

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It’s National Sandwich Day, and a new study looked at the most popular sandwich in all 50 states.  “Chicken sandwich” and “tuna sandwich” tied for first with six states each.  “Barbecue sandwich” was next with five states.

“Chicken sandwich” is #1 in Arkansas . . . Georgia . . . Indiana . . . Mississippi . . . Missouri . . . and Nevada.  And “tuna sandwich” also got six states:  Idaho . . . Maryland . . . Montana . . . New Mexico . . . Rhode Island . . . and Wisconsin.

But “chicken salad” is #1 in Utah.  So does chicken win?  Or is “chicken salad” closer to “tuna salad”?  Anyway, here are a few more highlights . . .

1.  “Barbecue sandwich” was #1 in five states:  Alabama . . . Kansas . . . North Carolina, Tennessee . . . and West Virginia. 

2.  Breakfast sandwiches did fairly well with three states:  “Bacon, egg, and cheese” in New York and Connecticut.  And “fried egg sandwich” in Minnesota.

3.  Four sandwiches got two states each:  “Bologna sandwich” in Kentucky and Ohio.  “Fluffernutter” in Massachusetts and South Dakota.  “Patty melt” in Oklahoma and Texas.  And “banh mi” in Oregon and Washington.  (It’s like a sub in Vietnam.)

4.  Here are four more you might actually be able to guess:  In Pennsylvania, “cheesesteak” . . . Florida, “Cuban” . . . Louisiana, “po boy” . . . and in Maine, “lobster roll.”

5. The Panini (aka grilled cheese with other stuff in it) is #1 in California, but no idea what we like in our Panini?

Here’s a map of all 50 states.