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A hamburger is a sandwich consisting of one or more cooked patties of ground meat, usually ... White Castle traces the origin of the hamburger to Hamburg, Germany with its invention by Otto Kuase. H...

Origin of the Word 'Hamburger' - alphaDictionary

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Jul 4, 2007 ... Origin of the Word 'Hamburger'. Happy Fourth of July! In the 13th and 14th centuries Turkic tribes known as Tatars roamed across the plains of ...

The History of the Hamburger | Serious Eats

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When you look into the history of hamburgers in the U.S., you'll find sources ... It seems highly unlikely that the hamburger originated from so many different ...

Why A Hamburger Is Called A Hamburger - Today I Found Out

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Sep 14, 2010 ... The first known “Hamburger” was made by Charlie Nagreen. He introduced his ... The Origin of the Word “Soccer” · marilyn-monroe Marilyn ...

History of Hamburgers, Whats Cooking America

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The origin of the hamburger is not very clear, but the prevailing version is that at the end of 1800′ s, European emigrants reached America on the ships of the ...

History Of Hamburgers - Kidzworld

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Everyone loves burgers, but do you know the history of Hamburgers? ... while the meats themselves are German in origin, the idea of placing a hamburger or ... many American dictionaries still didn't include a definition for the word hamburger , ...

Where Did They Get The Name Hamburger? From Ask The ...

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Apr 26, 2009 ... Where did the names hamburger, hot dog, and sandwich come from? ... The word hamburger first appeared in English in the late 1800's.

Where did the name hamburger come from? - m.AskKaren.gov

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Mar 26, 2009 ... According to the Food Lovers Companion, The name "hamburger" comes from the seaport town of Hamburg, Germany, where it is thought that ...

Hamburger - definition of hamburger by The Free Dictionary

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Word History: The German word Hamburger, literally meaning "from the city of Hamburg," begins to appear on American menus in the late 1800s during a period ...

The history of the hamburger: An American invention - Time Out

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Aug 5, 2013 ... The burger is ingrained in American history. ... 1935 The trademark for the word cheeseburger is awarded to Louis Ballast of the Humpty ...

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Where Did Hamburgers Originate? - Community Table - Parade

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Aug 6, 2013 ... While the inspiration for the hamburger did come from Hamburg, the sandwich concept was invented much later. In the 19th century, beef from ...

Hamburger - Online Etymology Dictionary

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1610s, Hamburger "native of Hamburg." Also used of ships from Hamburg. From 1838 as a type of excellent black grape indigenous to Tyrolia; 1857 as a variety ...

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Jul 4, 2010 ... The wordhamburger” also owes its origins to a German city — in this ...... And yeah, I always wondered about the origin of the term “hot dog”, ...