The sandwich spread is the unsung hero of the lunchtime menu. Often forgotten, or relegated to an afterthought, slapped on with little thought to its amazing potential. A memorable spread can do much more than just holding a sandwich together or adding moisture to sometimes-dry ingredients like chicken or turkey. “It gives you one more point of differentiation that your competitors may not have,” says Christopher Koetke, dean of the School of Culinary Arts at Kendall College, Chicago, IL. ...
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