“…a hamburger or burger is a sandwich—a cooked patty inside a bun. The patty is usually made with ground meat, and can be grilled, pan-fried or broiled. Cheese, lettuce, tomato, onion, pickles and bacon might be added, along with condiments like ketchup, relish, mayo or mustard.
Hamburgers are named after Hamburg, Germany’s second largest city. It was the Germans who brought the Hamburg steak to the USA.
According to the Oxford English dictionary, Hamburg steak was defined in 1802 as “salt beef from inferior meat.” This Hamburg steak was a slab of lightly smoked, salted ground beef, eaten raw or cooked.
Eating stands were popular along New York City harbor to attract German sailors who sought “steak cooked Hamburg style.” Actually, old German cookbooks had various recipes for ground meat pie which were pretty similar.
Delmonico’s in New York City is credited with serving the first recorded Hamburg steak in 1837. White Castle griddled their burgers over a layer of onion in the early 20th century. Hamburgers were easy to eat while traveling, so they were associated with being on the road.
Americans eat about 13 billion burgers annually. Yes it’s true, line that number of burgers up and they will circle the Earth more than 32 times.”
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