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Synonyms for hamburger

a sandwich consisting of a fried cake of minced beef served on a bun, often with other ingredients

beef that has been ground

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COLUMBUS, Ohio, May 4 /PRNewswire/ -- May 2009 marks the 17th anniversary for National Hamburger Month.
We are inundated with fast food, super-sizes and the 39-cent hamburger - how can I compete with a 39-cent hamburger?
In contrast to the protective powers of an eight-burger helping, Pariza says, one would have to eat 80,000 charcoal-broiled hamburgers to get a dangerous dose of one of the better known carcinogens in cooked meat, benzo[a]pyrene.
The schedule for the 2005 Krystal Square Off World Hamburger Eating Championship is as follows:
COLUMBUS, Ohio, April 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Even though Seymour, Wisconsin was deemed the "original" home of the hamburger in a 1992 contest sponsored by White Castle, Columbus, Ohio's White Castle System, Inc.
They want hamburgers, we'll give them hamburgers,'' MacDonald said the family decided.
Arnold ``Zig'' Zigman, who started out with a Reseda hamburger stand in the '60s, opened a full-service restaurant by the same name in Woodland Hills in the mid-'70s that has become a West San Fernando Valley eating and drinking landmark.
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.
Fewer than one in ten (7%) do not eat beef hamburgers.
A long-time craver from Chicago who kept his co-workers supplied with hamburgers before retirement and now creates paintings, including one of his favorite White Castle.
Fuddruckers, "Home of the World's Greatest Hamburgers," recently announced the opening of four new franchised restaurants in March and April for a total of 7 openings since October.
The booklet contains recipes for unique offerings featuring White Castle hamburgers and includes the winning recipe from the 2004 Crave Time Cook-Off, The Castle's Secret Ammo submitted by Lois Dowling of Tacoma, Wash.
So when Lovie created her huge hamburgers for all to enjoy, there was only one name that came to her mind -- Fatburger.