Wednesday, June 3, 2009

The Birth of the Burger

The name hamburger is nothing to do with ham, but comes from the German city of Hamburg. A burger was originally called a Hamburg steak. In 1889, the word hamburger first appeared in a restaurant review in the US newspaper Walla Walla union. It was in a phase that was itself a mouthful: “You are asked if you will have pork chop beef steak ham and egg hamburger steak Oliver and bacon.”
Hamburger really tastes much better than any other. It really keeps us out of hungry. It has lot of fresh vegetables and looks cool and healthy for us.

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