The true origin of the modern hamburger and bun is unknown, though many credit Fletch 'Old Dave' Davis from Athens, Texas who popularized sandwiching a ground beef patty between two slices of toast at the 1904 St. Louis World Fair.
While ground beef was used by various cultures in Europe and Central Asia, the
hamburger's other vital ingredient, bread, has a different history. Bread had ...
Aug 5, 2013 ... Widely hailed as “America's favorite food,” the history of the hamburger is filled
with mythology. Many folks have claimed they were the first to ...
There is a dispute about who made the first hamburger and bun in America. Have
you ever wondered where the first hamburger on a bun came from.
The term "Salisbury steak" dates back in print to 1897, and is considered a forerunner of the current hamburger
on a bun are the ground beef form most consumed by Americans, with the average consumption being three hamburgers
a week per person. Original mi... More »
Sep 3, 2012 ... The iconic hamburger that we know and love today is very much an American
invention, according to "The Hamburger: A History" by Josh ...
Aug 29, 2014 ... The hamburger is one of the world's most popular foods, with more than 40 billion
served up annually in the United States alone.
Jun 4, 2015 ... The hamburger is so American it elicits feelings of patriotism the instant a patty is
sandwiched between two buns. Its roots, however, were ...
Aug 5, 2013 ... As with any icon, the history of the hamburger is a long and sordid tale, from the
minced meat that Mongol horsemen gnawed on during ...
Aug 6, 2005 ... When you look into the history of hamburgers in the U.S., you'll find sources
proclaiming the inventor to be (from left) Louis Lassen, "Hamburger ...