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By Balt (Translasted by Beri) - Aug. 3, 2010   

The famous Hamburger sandwich comes from Hamburg.
The Hot-Dog comes from Frankfurt (name before americanization: Frankfurter)


Hamburger is the name of inhabitants of the city of Hamburg in Germany. It is also a specialty of a sea crossing company, the Hamburg-Amerika Line, that was served during the sea crossing and at the arrival to NYC to German and East European immigrants.
The “Ham” in Hamburger is thus only a coincidence even if the traditional hamburger was made with pork meat (you know what they say about German and sausages…)


Wikipedia – Hamburger

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