The Hamburg steak as it was called in the 1800’s was served to the voyages from Germany into the USA. The meat patties were cooked and served on two pieces of bread. To attract lots of the sailors and European people to their eating stands sellers. They would provide the Hamburg style steak on the menu.
With Hamburg steak firmly embedded the American culture in the late 1800’s claims of how it served in the modern standard is based on Congress girl Rosa DeLaurao.
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Fletcher Davis of Athers Texas sold hamburgers from the cafe in the late 1800’s before taking them into the World’s Fair in 1904.
Frank and Charles Menches seller at a county fair ran from their sausage sandwiches and began using beef instead. It was recorded this happened in 1892 in the Summit County Fair in Akron Ohio.
In 1885 Charles Nagreen currently called hamburger Charlie who made sandwiches which were easy to eat while walking in the Seymour Fair that he was just 15 years old at the time.
In 1995 Governor Frank Keating proclaimed the first true hamburger on a bun was made and consumed in Tulsa Oklahoma.
With 40 billion served up in america alone has truly become America’s favorite sandwich. It may not have ever occurred because in 1906 Upton Sinclair’s Journalistic book”The Jungle” detailed the unsavory areas of the meat packing industry in the usa. Ground beef became subject to much scrutiny because it was easy to add meat scraps, additives and fillers
It became the direct way for the fast food hamburger success. The White Castle restaurants gleamed with cleanliness bringing the hamburger standing along with it.
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So the next time you pull into your favorite fast food restaurant, fire up the grill or place one on the George Forman grill you will know a little of this development on the Hamburger.
That is some fantastic information regarding ground beef and the way our food always has a little history behind it.