[Sca-cooks] Burger battle

Tallan Family dtallan8500 at rogers.com
Sat Jan 20 15:57:37 PST 2007

That may be a very early "ground beef patty" recipe, but I'm not sure 
it qualifies as a "hamburger".

David Tallan (SCA Thomas)

On Jan 20, 2007, at 5:37 PM, Suey wrote:

> Johnna Holloway  wrote:
>> . . . Andy Smith indicates the origins are vague. Hamburg steak was 
>> on Delmonico's menu as early as 1834. That may be the NYC claim. 
>> Hamburgers were sold from a lunch wagon in New Haven
>> by 1900S. . .
> According to Benavides-Barajas the recipe for hamburger originated in
> Persia and was brought to Al-Andalus by the Arabs. It was a popular 
> dish
> in the Alhambra flavored with onion and honey and decorated with 
> chopped
> walnuts or apple and served with honey.
> Susan
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