Sandwich by Indu Balakrishnan

Sandwiches are the comfort food that we ate growing up. The versatility that they can bring to your palette is really something. The essence of the sandwich is in its flavors. It could be spicy with excess chilli flakes, cheesy with extra mayo, rich with Nutella or exotic with jalapeno. Your mood defines what goes into the sandwich. They make for a fantastic on-the-go meal or a non-fussy midnight snack. What’s a trip without a sandwich? The best part is that any time is a good time for one. So, what are you in the mood for? 

Sandwich by Navina Anand

We should all aspire to be a Sandwich. Sandwich keeps the expectations low and yet is always the first thing you think of to satisfy yourself when you are ravenous. All you need is butter/jam/peanut butter/cheese or combinations of those. No rules. Sandwich can be amazing if desired, toasted, with a double patty, vegetables, cheese, and dressing. Sandwich can also get the job done fabulously with yesterday’s left-over potatoes, boiled eggs, and ketchup. Sandwich doesn’t need Gucci shoes. Flip flops are acceptable too. Sandwich is flexible according to the need of the occasion. Let’s be a sandwich.

Sandwich by Subhadra Jayaraman

Weaving through the traffic, Alicia found herself honking incessantly despite herself. It was her chance to prove that she was important, and she did not want to miss it. The narrow streets of Manhattan were a hurried woman’s nightmare. She pulled into the small space behind a Ford truck knowing well that she was partly in a fire lane and would be slapped a ticket worth $200 when she got out that evening. But her self-worth was at stake. She had to be in the meeting at noon. She had to because her boss needed his sandwich.

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