Cold Cuts + Meat Sandwiches

Turkey, ham and salami cold cuts are all at home on a sandwich—but these deli meats can be used in many other ways. We like to add thin strips of salami to pasta carbonara and cheesy frittata, smoked turkey to spaghetti and thinly-sliced chicken to spinach salad. One of our favorite deli meats is high quality pastrami—there are few sandwiches more delicious (or iconic) than a Reuben. Piled high on rye bread with Swiss cheese, sauerkraut and Russian dressing, it’s a New York deli classic. Try David Burke’s simplified version at home—you’ll need a knife and fork.

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Food & Wine: Turkey Sandwiches
Turkey Sandwiches
Day-after-Thanksgiving turkey sandwiches seem to get all of the attention—but turkey sandwiches are great any time of year. Bobby Flay’s take on a classic Kentucky hot brown is slathered in cheesy sauce and stacked with thick-cut bacon, tomatoes, roasted turkey and cheddar cheese. He serves these sandwiches open-faced, so you’re definitely going to need a fork. Whether you want to get rid of leftovers or need new lunch ideas, F&W’s guide to turkey sandwiches has a recipe for every occasion.

The Best Cold Cuts + Meat Sandwiches Ideas

Easy Cold Cuts + Meat Sandwiches Recipes