November 3 is celebrated as World Sandwich Day. The yummy staple got its name after John Montagu, 4th Earl of Sandwich. According to some cricket experts, the Earl had a significant role to play in the realm of cricket. He was born on November 13, 1718 and a lot of historians are of the view that in 1762, during a 24-hour gambling bout, John Montagu, wanted his food to be prepared in such a way that it wouldn’t interfere with his game and this gave birth to the comfort snack. Over the centuries, there have been many variations of the tasty treat. Here are a few sandwiches that will leave your mouth watering and can be easily made at home.

Club Sandwich: It is also known as clubhouse sandwich and is made of bread – toasted or untoasted – added with mayonnaise, lettuce and tomato. It is often cut into quarters or halves and held together by cocktail sticks. With improvisations over the period of time the latest versions of the sandwich have two layers which are separated by an additional slice of bread. Food Historians also believe that the club sandwich may have originated at the Union Club of New York City.

Meatball Sub: It is also known as Submarine sandwich or Italian sandwich. The yummy snack consists of a length of bread or roll split lengthwise and filled with a variety of vegetables, meats, cheeses and condiments. The sandwich is available in scores of variations across the globe and has been given different names in different countries.

Grilled cheese Sandwich: This is the most popular Indian snack. Food historians believe that the snack was born in the 1920’s. The sandwich gained popularity during the great depression as the restaurants then utilised all the resources to make the most from it. The sandwich is grilled bread and cheese but a variety of veggies, salad and even meat.

On this grand occasion, global sandwich giant Subway has introduced amazing offers to lure snack lovers. You need to buy two sandwiches from any Subway outlet and just need to pay half the amount. The same offer is applicable on wraps, cookies, chips and even on drinks.