Our text question of the day was "What is the best tip you have for making a sandwich?"  We got a ton of submissions, and we are probably going to be trying out a few of these.  Some are kind of obvious, and some seem to be quite popular.  If you don't see your tip on the list, put it in the comments!

Now on to your tips for making a great sandwich:

  • The best advice is for grilled cheese cook it till its golden
  • The best sandwich advice that I have ever received is the bread is just a handle
  • Does this count? Always use dill pickles (not sweet) when making bologna spread
  • Best advice I ever got was instead of butter on a grilled cheese use mayonnaise. But I don't like mayonnaise so I use Miracle Whip and holy crap was it freaking good. Nice and toasty golden brown.
  • Go to Boardwalk Subs and get it “rogue”. They put some seasonings on the bun and then toast it. It’s amaaaaazing.
  • Use mayo instead of butter on grilled cheese (or grilled peanut butter and jelly)
  • A lot of high end restaurants do this...it makes it crispy without being greasy and doesn’t taste any different.
  • Add potato chips on your PB&J!! Life changing 🙌🏻
  • As a kid if I was eating a sandwich outside and I dropped it my dad would tell me God made dirt and dirt don’t hurt eat up boy!!!
  • Lightly toasting the bread
  • Bread & butter pickles on a tuna fish sammy
  • Mustard on grilled cheese!
  • Avocado on everything!!!
  • GM! PB and J sandwiches-If you put peanut butter on both insides of 2 slices of bread the jelly won't soak through by lunchtime. Have a great day!
  • Long story short. Use mayo instead of butter on the bread and use a variety of softer and younger cheeses instead of classic American cheese.
  • How to make the perfect grilled cheese.
  • Spread a light layer of mayo of both sides of both slices of bread. Place bread on skillet lightly toast one side then flip, add colby jack, provolone, and muenster then add other slice of bread. Flip and toast in pan until cheese is melted and bread is golden.
  • Peanut butter and jelly sandwich . Thin layer of Peanut butter on both slices of bread jelly in the middle so the bread dont get soggy from the jelly/ jam.
  • Butter on a peanut butter jelly sandwich
  • Hi. My name is Hilery. Best sandwich advice I have is spreading peanut butter on both pieces of bread and then jelly. Then the jelly doesn't soak through.
  • Sammi here, with some “sammie” advice: good bread can go a long way.
  • Every ingredient in the Sandwhich should be delicious on its own. Salt the tomato, good bread, good meats. Except for condiments. Don't just eat mayo.
  • I was at dinner with my husband and we were having burgers. When they brought the burgers out they had toothpicks in them. He then proceeded to tell me to move the toothpick lower on the burger, so when you bite it, it holds everything in place instead of it all falling out. Life forever changed!
  • If you're making someone else a sandwich, make it like you would want to eat it. No one wants an entire onion on their sandwich when they ask for onions! Would you want to eat that? No! Don't over sauce, is it going to be a giant mess when you eat it? I am very sandwich conscious!!!
  • Grilled peanut butter and jelly sandwich
  • Sandwich advice. Mustard on the meat side because cheese and mustard don’t go together.
  • Sliced sandwich meat-roll it instead of folding. It will rock your sandwich world.
  • The best sandwich advice I ever got was to add peanut butter to your grilled cheese and use mayonnaise instead of butter when frying it.
  • Number one use a griddle for your grilled cheeses like a countertop griddle instead of a pan on the stove and number two family fare‘s jalapeño cheddar bread, it’s life-changing
  • My mother is from Minnesota and there they put peanut butter on their grilled cheese before they grill #gross
  • My daughter lives on Maui, and when I went to visit, we went to a sports bar there and had this awesome grilled cheese. One of the best I’ve ever had!
  • Sandwich advice: mustard & pickle grilled cheese. And courtesy of HopCat, apple slices on grilled cheese!
  • Hi Connie, have you tried stone ground mustard on your grill cheeses? It’s delicious.
  • Grilled Cheese with jalapeno jelly at Field and Fire.....TO DIE FOR!!!!!
  • Tip I learned after working at Five Guys: use mayo instead of butter on your grilled cheese!
  • Also adding cheese to a BLT is the best! (But I’m a no tomato gal – so I have a BLC) 😊
  • The best sandwich advice was to put mustard on my grilled cheese when I was a teenager. Love it!
  • Toast the bread for your sandwich and butter it before making the sandwich!
  • Peanuts butter and hot dogs
  • I dip my grill cheese in mustard too! I also put garlic seasoning salt on the outside of it when I grill it so it’s like grilled garlic bread and cheese.
  • When you're feeling bleu, Gouda is good but feta is better
  • I add bacon to my grilled cheese. It’s awesome!
  • Grilled PB&J
  • Good morning! Best sammie tip for kids... turn the "butt" piece over so the brown doesn't show. They never know they are eating the butt
  • It's the jelly that's the game changer
  • Put peanut butter on both sides of the bread so the jelly doesn’t bleed through. Game changer
  • Peanut butter on BLT!!
  • Bacon and pickles
  • Use hellmans instead of butter when making grilled cheese, soooooo good
  • My wife makes me sandwiches for work everyday. When she makes them, she puts both pieces of bread into the same toaster slot, so it only toasts the outside of the bread and leaves the inside fresh. They're the best sandwiches I've ever ate.
  • Hello I’m Jake from Wayland. My sandwich advice is a large croissant with spinach leaves, Italian Vinegar dressing, Swiss or provolone cheese and roast beef or turkey
  • Run the stick of real butter around the fry pan before making a turkey cheese ham cheese or grilled cheese sandwich.
  • A story I just heard Sunday night: In prison, they don't like the grilled cheese, so they put syrup on it & eat it like pancakes. I tried it... It was SO good! It's even really good if you have ham in your grilled cheese. =Kayla
  • PS: I don't know if it's a thing at all prisons. I heard it from a friend from California.
  • I worked at a restaurant that made a sandwich that was roast beef swiss cheese raw onion grilled on rye bread! It is so good I make them at home all the time!
  • Grilled cheese with pizza toppings... yum!
  • Dip grilled cheese in syrup!!
  • Best hangover cure. Grilled cheese with tomato and onion. Add bacon too. Delish
  • When my dad was alive he turned me on to peanut butter and bologna...don't knock it till you try it
  • Sliced apples and a turkey sandwich
  • Garlic salt on the outside of your grilled cheese before cooking!
  • A sandwich always tastes better cut into triangles
  • Best advice I’ve been ever given It was for my grandma and putting lettuce and onion and a turkey sandwich is the best thing to do! Thanks grandma
  • Potted meat, miracle whip and pickles!
  • Peanut butter on a burger. LIFE CHANGING
  • Mustard on your grilled cheese with mrs. Dash is Italian seasoning on the bread and tuna fish with Doritos
  • Peanuts butter and bologna
  • Use your George Foreman grill to make paninis!
  • Grilled pb&j
  • Marshmallow cream on pb&j
  • Fried Bologna and cheese with mustard!
  • Toast a pbj like a grilled cheese. Ooey gooey pb
  • Peanut butter, pickle, mayo sandwiches.
  • Fried peanut butter and banana with a little bit of honey. Everything gets ooey gooey. Yum!
  • Toast butter jelly and over easy egg#dippy egg yum!
  • Not a sandwich but my mom used to make us jelly on buttered crackers. I love it, my husband made fun of me and said my mom did it because we were broke! Lol I still love it
  • When I was a kid my dad and I would always eat peanut butter lettuce and salt sandwiches. It's been awhile since I've had that one😊
  • Mustard and potato chips on tuna sandwiches And on.... HAAAAMBURGERS
  • Best grilled cheese use mayo instead of butter and use velvetta
  • Spinach dip inside your grilled cheese. Yummy 😋
  • I haven't heard anyone say to do a grilled PBJ. Like grilled cheese but with peanut butter and jelly instead. Or cheddar sunchips in your pbj
  • Peanut butter and mayo sandwiches
  • PBJ. Grilled like a grilled cheese, but with Extra Crispy Bacon center..... Also substitute AVOCADO for MaYo EVERYTIME!!!!
  • Use lettuce as bread