National Burger Day History
National Burger Day is a day of appreciation for hamburgers. The term hamburger is derived from the city of Hamburg, Germany, where beef from Hamburg cows was minced and formed into patties to make Hamburg steaks.
The origin of the hamburger in the United States remains debated, although most claim that the hamburger originated between 1880 and 1900. Since then, this beef patty in a bun has become a global staple of the fast-food diet and the backyard cookout. In recent years, these traditional beef patties have been transformed to include other meat and vegetarian options such as bison, ostrich, deer, chicken, turkey, veggies, tofu, and bean patties. National Hamburger Day is observed annually on May 28th.
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National Burger Day References and Related Siteswww.meatinstitute.org: The Meat Institute Guinness World Records: Largest Hamburger