The "Frog Days Of Summer" turn to food, as August is National Sandwich Month. I don't know about you, but I like sandwiches, and during hot summer nights, I don't mind having one (or two) for dinner.

Here are some interesting sandwich statistics from "Redbook" magazine:

2.19 billion Oscar Mayer bologna sandwiches are eaten every day.

1,500 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are eaten by the average child by the time he finishes high school.

$197 is the approximate price of the world's most expensive sandwich, made by the Non Essen hotels in England.

41 grams of fat are in an Elvis sandwich, which consists of white bread, butter, peanut butter and a banana.

My favorite sandwich is corned beef on rye, with plenty of Russian dressing. I may go with a Reuben at times as well, when I want the cheese and sauerkraut touch.

When my wife and I go to New York City, the Carnegie Deli is a must stop! That's the classic show-biz deli where many sandwiches are named after famous comedians. Try the Woody Allen the next time you're in the Big Apple.