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So nobody invented the hamburger? o is alien invent?

 
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Who o where are invented the hamburger?
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Who o where are invented the hamburger?
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History
Main article: History of the hamburger
Main article: History of the hamburger in the United States

The hamburger; a ground beef patty between two slices of bread, was first created in America around 1890.[4] Its origins remain unclear, with claims of its invention by Charlie Nagreen, Frank and Charles Menches, Oscar Weber Bilby, Louis Lasson and Fletcher David.[5][6] White Castle traces the origin of the hamburger to Hamburg, Germany with its invention by Otto Kuase.[7] However, it gained national recognition at the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair when the New York Tribune namelessly attributed the hamburger as, "the innovation of a food vendor on the pike."[6] No conclusive claim has ever been made to end the dispute over the inventor of the hamburger with a variety of claims and evidence asserted since its creation.

Claims of Invention
Charlie Nagreen

One of the earliest claims comes from Charlie Nagreen, when in 1885, sold a meatball between two slices of bread at the Seymour Fair[8] now called the Outagamie County Fair in some attributions.[9] The Seymour Community Historical Society of Seymour, Wisconsin, credits Charlie Nagreen, now known as "Hamburger Charlie", with the invention of the hamburger. Nagreen was fifteen when he reportedly made sandwiches out of meatballs that he was selling at the 1885 Seymour Fair (now the Outagamie County Fair), so that customers could eat while walking. The Historical Society explains that Nagreen named the hamburger after the Hamburg steak with which local German immigrants were familiar.[10][11]
Otto Kuase

According to White Castle, Otto Kuase was the inventor of the hamburger. In 1891 he created a beef patty cooked in butter, topped with a fried egg. German sailors would later drop the fried egg.[6]
Oscar Weber Bilby

Another claim of invention attributes Oscar Weber Bilby of having invented the hamburger in 1891.[5][12][13][14] The family of Oscar Weber Bilby claim the first-known hamburger on a bun was served on Grandpa Oscar's farm using a yeast bun on the Fourth of July.[15] In 1995, Governor Frank Keating proclaimed that the first true hamburger on a bun was created and consumed in Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1891; calling Tulsa, "The Real Birthplace of the Hamburger." [16]
Frank and Charles Menches

Another claim from 1885 comes from Frank and Charles Menches who claims to have sold a ground beef sandwich at the Erie County Fair in Hamburg, New York.[9] During the fair, they ran out of pork sausage for their sandwiches and substituted beef.[8] Kunzog, who spoke to Frank Menches, says they ran out of sausage and purchased chopped up beef from a butcher, Andrew Klein. Though historian Joseph Streamer wrote that the meat was from Stein's market not Klein's; despite Stein having sold the market in 1874.[8] The story notes that the origin of the hamburger comes from Hamburg, New York not Hamburg Germany.[8] Yet Frank Menches's obituary in The New York Times states that these events took place at the 1892 Summit County Fair in Akron, Ohio.[17]
Fletcher Davis

Fletcher Davis of Athens, Texas claims to have invented the hamburger. According to oral histories, in the 1880s, he opened a lunch counter in Athens and served a 'burger' of fried ground beef patties with mustard and Bermuda onion between two slices of bread; with a pickle on the side.[6] The claim is that in 1904, Davis and his wife Ciddy ran a sandwich stand at the St. Louis World's Fair.[6] Historian Frank X. Tolbert, noted that Athen's resident Clint Murchison said his grandfather dated the hamburger to the 1880s with 'Old Dave' a.k.a. Fletcher Davis.[8] A photo of "Old Dave's Hamburger Stand" from the 1904 connection was sent to Tolbert as evidence of the claim.[8] Also the New York Tribune namelessly attributed the innovation of the hamburger to the stand on the pike.[6]
Louis Lassen

Louis Lassen also is claimed to have invented the hamburger. Lassen operated Louis' Lunch in New Haven, Connecticut since 1895, but it wasn't until one day in 1900 that a customer ordered a quick meal and Louis was out of steaks. Taking ground beef trimmings, Louis made a patty and grilled it, putting it between two slices of toast.[6] Though some critics, like Josh Ozersky, a food editor for New York Magazine claims that this sandwich was not a hamburger because the bread is toasted.[9]

The Library of Congress credits Louis Lassen of Louis' Lunch, a small lunch wagon in New Haven, Connecticut, for selling the first hamburger and steak sandwich in the U.S. in 1895.[18][19][20] New York magazine states that, "The dish actually had no name until some rowdy sailors from Hamburg named the meat on a bun after themselves years later", noting also that this claim is subject to dispute.[21]
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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origins remain unclear!


ohhhh do ist alien invention?
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ohhhh do ist alien invention?
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Americans invented it...because we love Mexicans...and wanted to give you something to fill your tacos with.


Your welcome...




yoda
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ohhhh do ist alien invention?
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Americans invented it...because we love Mexicans...and wanted to give you something to fill your tacos with.


Your welcome...




yoda
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