Who was Peter Guastella who made the first hamburger?
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Why is a hamburger called a hamburger instead of a beefburger?
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How was the first cheeseburger made?
The first cheeseburger was most assuredly made by adding a slice of cheese to a hamburger sandwich... When or where this happened, though, is an entirely different question. The exclusive trademark for the word "cheeseburger" was first awarded in 1935, to Louis Ballast of the Humpty Dumpty Drive-In in Denver, Colorado. There are a wide variety of claims and stories as to when the first cheeseburger, or even hamburger was made, though. Besides numerous US claims, there are theories that the Mongols effectively invented the hamburger in the eleventh century, and there is existing evidence that a sandwich-like food made with ground meat, bread, and pinion nuts was sold in Ancient Rome.