WASHINGTON, DC- DECEMBER 10, 2014: New Jersey Sloppy Joes (Photo by Deb Lindsey for the Washington Post).

Everybody loves a good sandwich — so much so that there should probably be a month devoted to them, not just a day. Here are 12 of our favorites, in case scrolling through 176 delicious sandwich recipes is too daunting. Just remember: Enjoy every sandwich.

New Jersey Sloppy Joe, above. The double-decker sandwich of your dreams.

WASHINGTON, DC - NOVEMBER 1: Roast Broccoli Hero. (Photo by Dixie D. Vereen/For The Washington Post)

Roast Broccoli Hero Sandwiches. For when you’re holding out for a sandwich that’s larger than life.

Smoked Salmon Sandwiches With Quick Pickles. A cross between tea sandwiches and a bagel with lox.

Coronation Chicken Sandwiches. Creamy and savory, with curry paste and mango chutney in the mix.

Washington, DC - SEPTEMBER 19: Sloppy Yo sandwiches on September 19, 2017 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Jennifer Chase for The Washington Post)

Sloppy Yo Sandwiches. The Mexican chile sauce-dipped, chorizo-and-potato-filled pambazo, but made vegan with tofu chorizo.

Iowa Loose-Meat Sandwiches. Not quite a hamburger, not quite a sloppy Joe, but every bit perfect.

The Lake Erie Monster. With beer-battered fish, gooey cheese and a spicy tartar sauce.

WASHINGTON DC - SEPTEMBER 27TH: Buffalo Beef on Weck on a wooden board with dipping sauce shot on September 27th, 2016 in Washington DC. (Photo by Goran Kosanovic for The Washington Post)

Buffalo Beef on Weck. Like a French dip sandwich, but arguably better thanks to the generous amount of horseradish.

WASHINGTON DC - JANUARY 24TH: Paprika Pork Sliders With Fennel Slaw on a wooden board shot on January 24th, 2017 in Washington DC. (Photo by Goran Kosanovic for The Washington Post)

Paprika Pork Sliders With Fennel Slaw. Pork tenderloin roasts in the oven while you assemble the slaw and doctor some store-bought mayo.

Plate Lab Washington, DC-September 10: Oyster Po' Boy in the studio in Washington, DC on September 10, 2015 (Photo by Renee Comet for the Washington Post)

Hank’s Oyster Po’ Boy. Heavenly, crispy fried oysters sit on a toasted, buttered brioche bun. You could skip the slaw, but we love its zippy, mustardy spunk.

WASHINGTON DC - FEBRUARY 17: Payne�s Approximately Chopped Pork Sandwich on a white plate shot on February 17, 2016 in Washington DC. (Photo by Goran Kosanovic for The Washington Post)

Almost Payne’s Chopped Pork Sandwich. Pick up some smoked pork shoulder from your favorite barbecue spot and this irresistible sandwich comes together in a snap.

Roasted Earl. With roasted pork loin, oven-roasted peppers and a garlicky mayonnaise.