Be smart with fillings ratios
At some famed delis, you’ll come face-to-face with sandwiches so big, your jaw aches even looking at ’em on the table. Sometimes bigger is better, sure—but even if you’re piling on tons of goodness in between your bread, making sure ratios are balanced is what’s more important than depth. You don’t want to have so many onions that it overpowers the smoked turkey or your homemade sauce. “You need to ensure that the selected ingredients are proportion to the sandwich size. It is fine to build the sandwich high with delicious fixings, but it becomes impossible to eat all the ingredients if they are too thick or oversize (though that can be enjoyable at the right place and time),” he says.
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