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The Hamburger, Present at the Creation

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The Hamburger, Present at the Creation

The Hamburger, Present at the Creation

The Hamburger, Present at the Creation

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Depending on which proud relative you talk to, the hamburger was invented at a state fair, a world's fair or a lunch counter. But whoever gave the burger its start probably never imagined how popular it would become. Monday on Morning Edition, NPR's Pam Fessler has the juicy story as part of the Present at the Creation series.

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