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Some steak sandwiches aren’t really sandwiches at all – just steaks accompanied by toasted bread or garlic bread. But all sorts of more traditional-looking sandwiches are made of steak, too. One that is surprisingly delicious is made at LDR Char Pit in Rochester, New York. It is a brilliantly seasoned, thin-cut ribeye that is almost instantly griddle-cooked, coming off the iron just the way you want it – from rare to well-done, sandwiched in a bun utterly without condiments: a low-cost miracle. One of the most baroque variations is a “Dam Sandwich” at the Stockyard Grill in Montgomery, Alabama. It features an overwhelmingly juicy slab of ribeye accompanied by a hamburger, Swiss and American cheese, and all known garnishes – on Texas toast, of course.