I love Whoppers from Burger Kingand I dislike the Big Mac
ecause it's so sloppy, and I'm not crazy about the special sauce on it. Besides, it's fried. Fat, fat, fat!
I like....big macs (and I cannot lie!) for the reason you don't: sloppy, secret saucey goodness.
My favorites (I don't have just one) right now are the charbroiled chicken sandwich (w/barbecue sauce), the chik-fil-a chicken deluxe sandwich (no cheese), and....the turkey and avocado from the hat. Yup, that's what I like at the moment. Oooh...and a beef and cheddar from Arby's, yum.
The best burger is from our local Frosty - it is called "The Pittville Burger". It is large, dripping with juice/sauce, has grilled onions and American cheese. Pittville is a little hamlet here in our valley named after the Pit River Indians.
For me, a sandwich has to be messy. Otherwise . . . it is a dry hockey-puck.
I think my favorite is a meatball marinara from a wonderful neighborhood deli in Oakland.
It is on a whole wheat bun with spinach, alfalfa sprouts, avocado, tomato, red onion slice, and a grilled mild chili pepper. The sauce is some kind of vegan thousand island dressing. It is so big that my daughter and I share one.
DH has a cheese burger.
We get a whopper with cheese, no ketchup, and split it. With it, we get one chicken salad and divide that too. We remove the grilled chicken strips, bag and freeze them, add a cut-up hard boiled egg to each half, more shredded cheese and some ripe and green olives,
and finish it off with either homemade bleu cheese or honey Dijon dressing.
Their plain side salads are nothing short of pathetic. All you get is some limp lettuce and a wilted tomato slice. Yeccch!
I'm a fan of all fast-food sandwiches. . .the Big Mac, Double Quarter Pounder with cheese, Whopper with cheese, virtually any burger from Jack in the Box, Chick-Fil-A chicken sandwiches, Whataburger, cheeseburgers from In-N-Out, any sandwich from Arby's, etc.
I also like sub sandwiches from Subway, Quizno's, and Which Wich.
When I lived in Idaho Falls there was a local place that served a deep fried pork tenderloin sandwich called the "Boss Hog." It was to die for!
Now on the rare occasions I crack, I go for an Arby's beef n cheddar or Sourdough Jack. And every so often, a Big Mac.