The roots of the modrn hamburger go back to the German city of Hamburg.According to historians, German immigrants to the United States brought the recipe for a dish of raw chopped beef mixed with egg. The Germans learned about the dish,now called Steak Tartare,from Russian sailors who visited Hamburg and brought along an appetite for food from their homeland.The Russians apparently learned of the dish from the nomadic Tartars.
By the time it reaehed the New World（注：the New World指美洲大陸）,a hamburg steak was shredded or chopped beef shaped into a patty that was broiled with onions and spices. The first documented mention of hamburg steak in the United Shates was in the 1830s. It was served at Delmonico's,an expensive restaurant in New York City,for the price of 10 cents.In 1896,hamburg steak was included for the first time in the famous cookbook of Boston chef Fannie Farmer.
More than one person has claimed to be the creator of the modern hamburger sandwich.At various times in the late 1800s and early 1900s,cooks(or their descendants) from Wisconsin,Connecticut,Ohio,and Texas boasted of inventing the hamburger.
A theme repeated in some of the stories is that customers wanted a quick meal that was easy to carry.Charlie Nagreen's family claims he invented the hamburger in Wisconsin in 1885,when he was only fifteen years old.He fried ground beef in butter and served it between two slices of bread at the Outgamie County Fair.Charlie continued to sell his hamburgers at the fair for the next 64 years. In New Haven, Connecticut, in 1900, the owner of Louis Lunch supposedly invented the hamburger when his cus tomers asked for something tasty and quick to serve. That is what the grandson of louis,and current owner of the small restaurant,claimed 90 years later when the restaurant was still in business.
Another theme is that hamburgers were invented when a creative cook ran out of the usual ingredients and had to improvise.One day in 1892 at the Summit County Fair,Frank Menches and his brother Charies,of Akron,Ohio,ran out of sausage for sandwiches and substituted ground beef instead. Their switch was so popular with customers that they began to specialize in beef sandwiches.When Frank died in 1951,his obituary in the newspaper reported he earned a small fortune from his hamburgers.
The most widely reported story about the origin of the hamburger comes from the 1904 World's Fair. Fletcher Davis and his wife Ciddy, from Athens,Texas,set up a food counter and sold hamburgers with hot mustard and a slice of onion. An article about the fair in St.Louis was published in a New York newspaper, and it mentioned the sale of hamburgers but failed to include the name of the cook. Since then, the whole world has come to know the hamburger, but no one will ever know with absolute certainty who really created it!
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