Pause For A While To Consider These Points Before You Bite Into A Burger
The hamburger evolved as a solution to the culinary needs of the modern man who wanted to have a quick bite at something nutritious. The time available for preparation and consumption of food became less as a consequence to our engagement in activities involving our daily lives. This leaves us with very little time to prepare and eat any kind of delicacy.
The Americans claim the merits for being the first to introduce the hamburger into the society a solution to the problem of paucity of time. They claim to be the first to evolve the technique of squeezing a bit of ground beef between two slices of bread and sell this as the hamburger. But this is nothing new, for beef and bread had been consumed, but separately for the past several years. The only novelty was their combination in a hamburger.
The modern day hamburger consists of all kinds of vegetable dressings including lettuce, onions and sliced pickles. With trends towards globalization, the burger reached all corners of the globe, and the modern man can enjoy a burger in almost every city of the world. The burger came to be sold as a commercial entity by some companies like McDonald's and Burger King, who made huge profits in the business.
The first commercial enterprise for making hamburgers was initiated in 1921 in Kansas by Walter Anderson. He was the first person to open up a commercial establishment selling hamburgers to the public. The shop sponsored bulk buying of the small 5-cent hamburger.