Oh, the choices we have to make.

There may or may not be a bill submitted to the Maine State Legislature for consideration next year, that could be decided when a panel of 10 politicians meets to take a look at that along with 329 other proposals.

But of course, food is always top of mind, most of the time at least, and we hear that Senate Majority Leader Eloise Vitellia, a Democrat from Arrowsic, would like one of those proposals to become a bill, one that would make the lobster roll the official state sandwich of Maine.

During the warm season months, both tourists and locals alike will drive miles and miles for a sweet-tasting lobster roll, which of course is basically a toasted hot dog roll stuffed with lobster and seasoned with mayonnaise. Everyone and their brother knows that lobster is synonymous with Maine, the two go hand in claw. So, it makes sense that the lobster roll should be the State sandwich.

Or, does it? There may be another contender. The Italian sandwich.

Now before you say, "get the heck out of here, that's bologna."  First off it's ham we're talking about here. Ham, cheese, tomatoes, onions, and whatever else your heart desires stuffed into a submarine sandwich roll and served up with oil, mayonnaise, or mustard.

The Italian sandwich was born in Maine. Anyone from Portland can tell you that.

In 1899 an Italian by the name of Giovanni Amato started making the sandwiches at his shop and sold them to workers throughout the city. Nowadays, there are Amato's restaurants and sandwich kiosks all over Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Massachusetts.

Seeing as how we'll probably be hearing a whole lot about this in the future (remember the Moxie and Whoopie Pie things?), we may as well get a head start.  Tell us what you think.

Look Inside The Most Expensive Home Currently For Sale In Maine

Brambletye is located at 6 East Road in Greenville and includes 256+ acres that stretch along the side of Moosehead Lake. Take a look around this impressive estate, which at $12.85 million is currently the most expensive home for sale in Maine.

$1.75 Million Island Paradise Is Ellsworth's Most Expensive Home For Sale

Would you jump into the pool or the lake? Decisions, decisions, decisions.

Wow, this place is really nice. A 6000 square foot, 4 bedroom, 5 bath island paradise with a big, beautiful pool as well. Sign us up!

Isle Wood is located at 452 Philips Way in Ellsworth with 1000+ feet of shoreline on Branch Lake, the City of Ellsworth's water source. The water is crystal clear in both the lake and the pool for that matter.

The French-style home that was built in 1996 is located on an island with it's own bridge to the mainland, so if you dig privacy, then this is your place! It's also been renovated extensively and set up for year-round living.

We found it listed by Acadia Realty Group for $1.75 million and it includes over 5 acres of land, which gives you plenty of room to have the time of your life.