Around the world in 6 burgers
Who first thought up fast food fave, the burger? Was it the denizens of Hamburg in northern Germany (known as Hamburgers themselves) or is it an American invention? Whether you’re Team Germany or Team USA, burgers have evolved from one-all-beef-patty-special-sauce-lettuce-cheese-pickled-onion-on-a-sesame-seed-bun to gourmet iterations with premium meat, meat-free burgers and even bun-less versions for the Paleo purists who still want their hamburger fix. Whether you believe no burger is complete without beetroot or will happily entertain the existence of a ramen burger, come around the world in six burgers with us to celebrate International Hamburger Day.
Did we list your burger go-to? Share the burger love – let us know your fave hamburger hotspots around the world.
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