About six months ago, I was asked to come up with two different sandwich recipes for a recipe contest. Then I went and competed with quite a few other moms and my favorite part of the experience was seeing all of the different sandwiches and how they were made. We were even given a class on how to build your sandwich to make it photo ready. WOW, I learned so much about sandwiches that day. So when I was asked to be apart of Hellmann’s Build Your Perfect Sandwich Campaign, I had to say yes.
According to the new “Hellmann’s® State of the Sandwich” Survey*, a majority (84 percent) of American sandwich eaters say that how a sandwich is made is just as important as the ingredients used to make it. Makes me wonder which way is more popular. I honestly grew up thinking making a sandwich was as simple as applying the condiments, then adding the meat, cheese, tomatoes, lettuce, pickles in whatever order they were on the counter. Apparently, it depends on how you want your sandwich to look, and there are ways to put your sandwich together so that things don’t fall out of it as you take your first bite.
To help celebrate America’s passionate preferences for building the perfect sandwich, Hellmann’s® and Best Foods® are partnering with Chef Bobby Flay (who doesn’t love Bobby Flay) to show families how to make real, simple, delicious sandwiches and to uncover unique and personal sandwich-making techniques.
You think you know the best way to put a sandwich together? You think you know exactly which condiments go together? If you do then you need to head on over to Facebook.com/hellmanns to share your sandwich-making tips, tricks, techniques and secrets. By doing so you will have the opportunity to build your perfect sandwich and enter the Hellmann’s® Build Your Perfect Sandwich Sweepstakes for a chance to win great prizes including a kitchen essentials bundle, grocery gift cards and Hellmann’s® and Best Foods® products.
This giveaway has ended. Congratulations to Geoff K.
All rules can be found under giveaway rules. We received free samples.