hamburger


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  • noun

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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However, what people are most likely to notice, he says, is that "the meat is more succulent than you would expect from a hamburger.
These are oftentimes brilliant demonstrations of the way the far-flung - or, as Hamburger refers to them, both "self-conscious" (117, 218) and "indirect" (94) - connotations of the nuns' devotional images can be elucidated by a dedicated historian of religion.
The building's history forms the basis for Kleihues's approach, of which he says 'The first aspect of the cultural intentions concerns appropriate (not nostalgic, but Rational) analysis of the historic building substance of the Hamburger Bahnhof and memories of its architectural and historical significance, Being prepared to remember this must not be related only to what was, but has to include what could be or should be.
Hamburger, Apple Bran Muffin, Frozen Yogurt, Cheerios, Wheaties, Orange Sorbet, Chunky Chicken or Side Salad with Lite Vinaigrette or ReducedCalorie French Dressing, English Muffin, Filet-O-Fish without Tartar Sauce, Low-Fat Shake.
As a key part of this effort, Wendy's will invite consumers to create the next great hamburger - a dream burger that just might appear on Wendy's menu one day soon.
Among the book's recipes are 15 contributed by celebrated chefs, including San Francisco chef Reed Heron's Rich Man's Hamburger (with beef top sirloin, mustard, cognac and capers); Los Angeles chef Mark Peel's Gorgonzola Hamburgers on Nancy Silverton's Hamburger Buns; and ``East Meets West'' television show chef Ming Tsai's Tuna Shiso Burgers With Asian Salsa.
JT said its unit, Burger King Japan, will terminate its hamburger operations by the end of March and that Lotteria will take over their stores, facilities and employees.
And they focused on hamburger because a 1979 EPA study had shown that people in the United States consumed about 40 percent of their meat in restaurants, and that ground beef constituted about half of that meat.
According to a recent survey conducted by eNation* on behalf of Johnny Rockets, 7 out of 10 Americans prefer to have a slice of American, Cheddar, Swiss or any other type of cheese on their hamburger.
Blind Taste Test proves Devault Foods has built a better hamburger
We are inundated with fast food, super-sizes and the 39-cent hamburger - how can I compete with a 39-cent hamburger?
But the humble hamburger may yet make a comback, especially if recent research is borne out.
Just in time for the summer grilling season, Pepperidge Farm introduces 100% Whole Wheat Soft Hamburger Buns and Hot Dog Buns.
Burger-and-onion-scented candle from Nest Fragrances infuses the home with the steam-grilled aroma of America's first fast-food hamburger