In El Reno, when you order a hamburger, an onion-fried burger is assumed, unless you instruct the cook to leave the onions out.
President Obama was in meetings and having a hamburger lunch with Russian President Medvedev.
The cheese is arranged so that only about one-quarter of each slice rests atop the hamburger.
Note they had a web site about all this ready to go on the very day the second hamburger story appeared.
As chefs set their sights upon upgrading the hamburger, an agreed-upon definition of the classic version was needed.
Add of the sliced potatoes and half of the hamburger a sprinkle of salt and pepper.
We have left the Englishmen behind us, and now have caught up with the hamburger.
Bill and I might have gone out for a hamburger a couple of blocks away.
The Breton was all passion and melancholy; the hamburger all fancy and satire.
Not for her the impenetrable mysteries of a hamburger and onions.
1610s, "native of Hamburg;" the meat product so called from 1884, hamburg steak, named for the German city of Hamburg, though no certain connection has ever been put forth, and there may not be one unless it be that Hamburg was a major port of departure for German immigrants to United States. Meaning "a sandwich consisting of a bun and a patty of grilled hamburger meat" attested by 1912. Shortened form burger attested from 1939; beefburger was attempted 1940, in an attempt to make the main ingredient more explicit, after the -burger had taken on a life of its own as a suffix (cf. cheeseburger, first attested 1938).