Denver, Colorado claims that the cheeseburger was created there first. The trademark for the name “cheeseburger” was awarded to Louis Ballast on March 5, 1935.
White Castle Bites are the latest innovation in the grocery freezer aisle. Inspired by the iconic flavor of White Castle sliders. Time to storm the castle!
The last place I would expect to find a cheeseburger is in a can. Now you can get lost in the woods and eat to your heart’s content. Trekking Burger is made in Germany and found on Amazon. I could easily see this as a Dharma Initiative product.
McDonald’s announced this week that by 2022, cheeseburgers won’t be part of the menu for the kids’ Happy Meals anymore. The company wants to “reinforce responsible marketing to children.” The cheeseburger will still be available but not bundled with the Happy Meal. Are they saying that cheeseburgers are not healthy? 15% of McDonald’s customers come in to order happy meals. There sure will be a bunch of unhappy kids out there. The responsibility will now fall on the parents to make the wrong food choice for their kids. Or is this just another veiled money grab to go outside the Happy Meal combo to pay more for the cheeseburger?