Turkey Tom at Jimmy John’s

The key to the sandwiches here is the bread. It’s white—no substitutions—and it manages to be the impossible mix of soft and chewy on the inside while flaky and golden on the outside. If you’re going to put anything on Jimmy John’s homemade bread it might as well be the Turkey Tom. It’s Jimmy John’s original sandwich and it features sliced turkey breast, lettuce, tomato, alfalfa sprouts and mayo. $4.75, multiple locations, JimmyJohns.com.

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