How did the Hamburger get its name?
From the Baltic provinces of Russia in the Middle Ages where rowdy, nomadic tribes of Tartary developed a fondness for steak Tartar.
From the German trading partners of the Tartars who lived in Hamburg; they developed a taste for raw beef fried with onions, called Hamburg Steak
From German immigrants who brought “Hamburg Steak” to the US in the 1700s and 1800s
What was the world’s first hamburger chain founded in 1921, in Wichita, Kansas?
Currently has about 420 locations.
When and where did the first McDonald’s Restaurant open?
The restaurant is now a museum.
How is meat for burgers usually prepared?
What kind of lettuce does McDonald's use in their Big Mac hamburger?
What is the nickname for the tiny, square burgers sold at White Castle?
How many calories, roughly, are in Burger King's 'Big Whopper'?
Which kind of meat is usually used to make hamburgers?
What's "Burger King's" most iconic slogan?
Recently, it has been changed to "Be Your Way".
Where can you get a 'Big Bacon Classic'?
Where can one find the 'Hamburger Hall of Fame'?
True or False: During World War I, Hamburgers were known as 'Liberty Sandwiches' to avoid using German names.