Blast hunger with these secret sandwich tricks

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Two local chefs gave Katherine Whaley their take on the grilled cheese sandwich (KTRK)

It's National Sandwich Day, but frankly, every day is a good day for a sandwich.

Today we're tackling two great American classics, and showing you two incredible secret sandwich tricks you can use to amaze friends and family in the kitchen.

No. 1: Secret gourmet grilled cheese sandwich recipe

Chef Ben McPherson's "Kimchi Grilled Chee"

Chef Austin Simmons' "Texas Toast Grilled Cheese"

Traffic anchor Katherine Whaley got the skinny from two acclaimed Houston chefs on how to make the ultimate grilled cheese sandwich.

If you love ooey-gooey grilled cheesy goodness, you're going to swoon over what Chef Ben McPherson of Prohibition Supper Club and Chef Austin Simmons of Hubbel & Hudson Bistro have created for the foodie in all of us.

Click the video at the top of this article to watch how these sandwiches are made!

No. 2: The secret to the world's best PB&J
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We may now know the answer to making the perfect PB&J

Next, it's the childhood favorite that can transport us in time right through our taste buds. It's the peanut butter and jelly sandwich.

Ever wonder what makes this classic the giant that it is? We've got the low down on how to make the world's best version of this one, and it'll leave your mouth watering for more.

SEE ALSO: Free sandwich deals on National Sandwich Day

Don't have time to make a sandwich this morning?
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Check out these healthy fast food options for back to school

Consumer reporter Patricia Lopez doesn't want you to go hungry, so she's got a list of the fastest, healthiest breakfast sandwiches you can pick up at your local drive thru.

Meantime, Katherine Whaley also found two delicious sandwiches that made her Top 10 meals under $10 in Houston.

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