Summer means road trips and road trips means great music and food, of course! There’s no doubt that the two things we look forward to on a long drive is the playlist you’ve been waiting to sing along to and the delicious sandwich you made for the journey. So we’ve decided to pair up a sandwich recipe for the top five summer road trip songs. Seat belts on, please.
“Born to Run” by Bruce Springsteen. This all-American song calls for an all-American sub. A white bread sub roll, turkey, ham, salami and a family of cheeses, veggies and condiments. It’s an American dream of a sandwich.
“Slow Ride” by Foghat – A slow ride means a slow-cooker pulled jerk pork sandwich. You’ll want to make this recipe a day before you hit the road. Although it takes some time, the majority of the recipe is waiting for the slow-cooker to do its thing (the beauty of a slow-cooker). This gives you some free time for that last minute packing.
“Sweet Home Alabama” by Lynyrd Skynyrd – These Alabama-style chicken sandwiches are the perfect pairing to this popular road trip tune, especially if you’re heading down south. With a rich history and an even richer taste, this hickory-smoked, tangy sandwich is the perfect pick-me-up for those long hours on the road.
“Little Red Corvette” by Prince – Of course a sandwich inspired by this song needs sriracha. Try this spicy chicken sandwich with a sriracha-cilantro mayo on your next road trip. The spicy spread paired with a deliciously soft Costanzo’s roll will keep you fueled for the hours ahead.