Right off the grill or fresh from the oven, these sandwiches offer a welcome change to cold cuts slapped between bread
Reinvent your midday routine with these hot sandwiches, guaranteed to satisfy even the heartiest appetite
Cost per serving: $1.58
These succulent burgers are delicious with tartar sauce or mayo and slices of red onion. The patties are a bit fragile, so oil your grill well and use a large spatula to handle them.
See recipe: Salmon Burgers
Cost per serving: $1.82
Make these egg-dipped sandwiches―loaded with ham, cheese and turkey―even more kid-friendly by topping each half with a dollop of raspberry or strawberry jam and sprinkling with confectioners’ sugar.
See recipe: Monte Cristo Sandwiches
Cost per serving: $1.47
Preparing this dish in a slow cooker makes the pork flaky and tender. Cook two batches; the pulled pork keeps for up to five days in the refrigerator. Or, put the extra in an airtight container and freeze.
See recipe: Slow-Cooker Pulled Pork
Cost per serving: $1.61
Tuna tossed with lemon juice and kalamata olives makes this a memorable noon meal. Serve with a green salad for a quick supper.
See recipe: Italian Tuna Melts