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Ham·bur·ger

(hahm'būr-gĕr),
Hartog J., Dutch physiologist, 1859-1924. See: Hamburger phenomenon.
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The company owns and operates 418 units in 11 states and is considered to be the first fast food hamburger restaurant chain.
But the humble hamburger may yet make a comback, especially if recent research is borne out.
One of the majors in the sport of competitive eating and the only world hamburger-eating championship officially sanctioned by the IFOCE, the Krystal Square Off World Hamburger Eating Championship will kick off once again with its first regional qualifier on Labor Day, Sept.
Selected locations in all White Castle restaurant markets will participate in the limited time, 87 minute, 27-cent hamburger offer.
As appetites for tasty hamburgers continue to grow, Friday's(R) restaurants wanted to learn a little bit more about Americans' burger behavior -- where they eat them, how they top them, and the quality of beef they prefer.
The company was founded in Wichita, Kansas in 1921, and was the first fast-food hamburger chain.
Today, we serve hamburgers in over one million different ways to accommodate our customers, while holding tight to the tradition set 100 years ago
11 /PRNewswire/ -- Cravers gobble up sacks of White Castle hamburgers all year, but the recipe booklet currently available for free at all White Castle locations puts some new twists on the old favorite.
Who would have thought that two old-time American companies like Fatburger, which has been around since 1952, and Rock-Ola, which was founded in 1927, would be among the first to usher the digital music revolution into the hamburger stand," said Rock-Ola President John Schultz.
In his radio address, a transcript of which was provided to The New York Times, the president plans to refer to the hamburger incident and a similar incident affecting fewer people last fall involving unpasteurized apple juice that made dozens of children sick and killed one.
There will also be children's activities in the Kids Zone and contests galore: the "Bobbing for Burgers" contest, the Miss Hamburger Festival contest, and a Best Burger challenge for both amateurs and competing restaurants.
While traditional fare such as hamburgers (88 percent), steak (80 percent), chicken (77 percent) and hot dogs/brats (72 percent) continue to top grills regularly, an adventurous few also will cook up more imaginative fare such as fajitas/quesadillas (5 percent), bison (2 percent) and pizza (2 percent).