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Ham·bur·ger

(hahm'būr-gĕr),
Hartog J., Dutch physiologist, 1859-1924. See: Hamburger phenomenon.
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After tagging this HCA with radioactive carbon, they packaged a small quantity into capsules--each containing an amount equal to that found in five well-done hamburgers.
Hamburger himself takes an equivocal position on this matter.
It has more fat and about the same number of calories as a Single Hamburger.
This hamburger initiative - combining the tour, contest and on-line push - is an important milestone for Wendy's from a strategic standpoint.
over an expansion strategy in Japan and thus decided to withdraw from the hamburger business, the company said.
Quarter-pound hamburgers fried until medium to well done spewed into the air roughly 7 milligrams of cholesterol per kilogram of meat.
In honor of National Hamburger Month 2007, the popular chain is sharing the recipe for its delicious "Route 66" hamburger for the first time.
America deserves a better hamburger and our culinary experts have labored mightily to produce this breathtaking breakthrough on the hamburger front.
In research published in part in the December Carcinogenesis, the compound proved effective in preventing skin and stomach cancers in mice when given in concentrations equivalent to that found in eight hamburgers per day.
COLUMBUS, Ohio, May 3 /PRNewswire/ -- To commemorate its 18th annual celebration of National Hamburger Month, White Castle has teamed up with Laura Slatkin, founder of Nest Fragrances, often called the "queen" of home fragrances, to introduce a candle with the steam-grilled-on-a-bed-of-onions scent of America's first fast-food hamburger.
After decades of greeting hungry customers at the restaurant chain, the cherub-face fellow wearing red-checkered overalls might be enjoying retirement, giving his right arm a well-deserved rest after years hoisting a fiberglass hamburger.
The June 1986 MAYO CLINIC HEALTH LETTER reports that more than 140 people became ill as a result of eating hamburger from a midwestern plant that included "gullet-trimmed" meat.