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 Who invented the burger Americans eat nearly 50 billion burgers a year it would be a long enough line to go around the world 32 times according to MSN that's nearly 800 000 miles of burgers consumed by Americans every single year a long enough line to go to the moon come back then go to the moon again McDonald's alone sells 75 burgers every second the invention of the classic sandwich featuring a grilled piece of ground beef patty between a sliced bread roll or bun remains controversial until this day as there are several claims about its official origin and inventor so where did this famous fast food classic originated from it seems that the invention of the burger is a never-ending dispute Connecticut congresswoman Rosa DeLauro claims the hamburger was invented in 1900 by Louis Lassen a danish immigrant owner of lewis's lunch in new haven an article from Abc news mentioned.

 One problem is that there is little written history another issue is that the spread of the burger happened largely at the world's fair from tiny vendors that came and went in an instant and it is entirely possible that more than one person came up with the idea at the same time in different parts of the country another claim was made by Louis Lassen owner of lewis's lunch a small wagon in new haven Connecticut said to be served the first time in 1900 the dish had no name yet and was created on the spot out of a necessity to replace steaks with leftover beef trimmings turned into ground beef it was however placed in between two pieces of toasted bread which technically doesn't make it a burger since it normally requires to be placed in between slices of a bun.

An older claim from 1885 comes from charlie green who at the age of 15 sold a meatball between two slices of bread at the Seymour fair now also known as the origami county fair the Seymour community historical society of Seymour Wisconsin credits Negrin aka hamburger charlie with the invention he reportedly named the hamburger after the hamburg steak with which local German immigrants were familiar according to the white castle the midwestern fast food restaurant chain the burger was invented by a german cook named otto quas in 1891 at a post in Hamburg Germany otto created a popular sandwich made of a filet of beef patty fried in butter and topped with a fried egg that sailors were raving about the sandwich was called the Deutsches beefsteak meaning german beefsteak the sailors loved it so much that when they traveled to new york they were requesting a similar Hamburg style sandwich at American steakhouses another Hamburg theory comes from brothers frank and Charles matches who sold their first ground beef sandwich at the Erie county fair of Hamburg new york in 1885.

During the fair they ran out of pork sausage for specialty sandwiches and substituted it with beef the meat was said to be from stein's market the story notes that the name hamburger came from hamburg new york not hamburg germany which also eliminates the possibility of ham having anything to do with the original name the last claimant is known as fletcher davis from athens texas who is said to have invented the hamburger the claim comes from oral histories that in the 1880s he opened a lunch counter in athens and served a burger of fried ground beef patties with mustard and bermuda onion between two slices of bread with pickle on the side athens resident clint murchison said his grandfather dated the hamburger to the 1880s with old dave aka fletcher davis a photo of old dave's hamburger stand from 1904 was sent to historian frank tolbert as evidence of the claim now which story is most credible to you do you think that hamburger got its name from hamburg germany or hamburg new york is it possible that all these claimants invented their own version of the burger without knowing someone else did the same let us know your thoughts in the comments section and don't forget to hit the like button and subscribe for more food videos.


The history of cake dates back to ancient times the first cakes were very different from what we eat today they were more bread-like and sweetened with honey nuts and dried fruits were often added according to the food historians the ancient egyptians were the first culture to show evidence of advanced baking skills the oxford english dictionary traces the english word cake back to the 13th century it is a derivation of cocka an old norse word medieval european bakers often made fruitcakes and gingerbread these foods could last for many months these cakes was baked using flour mixed with eggs milk nuts and honey they also had a cake called satura which was a flat heavy cake during the roman period the name for cake became placenta which was derived from the greek term a placenta was baked on a pastry base or inside a pastry case according to the food historians the precursors of modern cakes which are round ones with icing were first baked in europe sometime in the mid-17th century at that time k-coop's round molds for shaping cakes that were placed on flat baking trays were popular they could be made of metal wood or paper many cakes made at this time still contain dried fruits like raisins currants citrons.

It was not until the middle of the 19th century the cake as we know it today cakes made with extra refined white flour and baking powder instead of yeast arrived on the scene the casell's universal cookery book written in 1894 contains a recipe for layer cake buttercream frostings using buttercream confectioners sugar and flavorings began replacing traditional boiled icings in first few decades in 20th century later during the post-war boom other american companies notably general mills developed this idea further marketing cake mix on the principle of convenience especially to housewives.


  When it comes to Indian street food, Chaat tops the charts. In India, “chaat” is a word that describes more than just a set of snacks: It’s a way of life, and a category of food that hits practically every element that makes something craveable—sweet, sour, tangy, spicy, and crunchy. Chaat can be enjoyed anytime. It’s light enough to be eaten for breakfast or as an evening snack but satisfying enough to take the place of lunch or dinner. The exact names of the dishes might vary, but you’ll find chaat in some form practically everywhere on Indian streets & restaurants. There are tons of different types, available Like Aloo Chaat, Dahi Papri chaat, Dhai Bhalla Chaat, Samosa Chaat, Sev Puri, Aloo Tikki Chaat, Ragda Patties, Bhel Puri, Golgappa/panipuri/Puchka.

Now the big question, who exactly invented chaat? Apparently, chaat was created in the royal kitchen of Mughal emperor Shahjahan. Yes, the founder of TajMahal. In those times as the water of the Yamuna, the second largest river of the Ganges in North India was not palatable and safe for drinking; the royal Hakim or the emperor's special doctor suggested changes in the regular diet of people in order to sustain a healthy lifestyle. 

Therefore, to kill the effects of water, very spicy and oily food was introduced. This marked the advent of chaat! No wonder why Old Delhi's chaat rules the "to do" list of many visitors. Chaat intends to lick, which I accept originates from the way that the flavors wait on your taste buds and you actually lick your fingers. The most significant ingredient in chaat is the masala — a pleasant amalgamation of amchur, Kala namak (black salt), cumin, saunth (dried ginger), coriander, black pepper, red chili, and salt. I accept, that the number of layers of complex flavors in one dish gives chaats its actual significance. 

It’s basically powerful and it’s a pity not to taste one when you are in India! So which city makes the best chaat? Is it Delhi, Mumbai, Lucknow, Meerut, or any other city? Tell me what you think in the comments box below! Hope you have liked this chatpata history. For more such histories subscribe to this channel. And also follow Beauty’s Kitchen on Instagram and Facebook. See you next time.


Sandwich an item of food consisting of two pieces of bread with a filling between them eaten as a light meal the word sandwich probably comes from john Montague the fourth earl of sandwich he was an Englishman who lived in the 18th century he loved playing cards and he didn't want to stop playing to eat with a sandwich he could play and eat at the same time today many other languages including French and Spanish use the word sandwich but the sandwich did not become popular because of john Montague, in fact, the sandwich became popular in the 19th century.

When people began to work longer hours and needed something practical to take to work today the sandwich is the most popular snack in the world you can put anything in a sandwich British people eat the most sandwiches in the world every year we buy approximately two billion sandwiches and of course we also make sandwiches at home this is Morton's shop in oxford there are four more tons shops in oxford here you can buy drinks snacks crisps and sandwiches a lot of sandwiches most people in the Uk buy sandwiches at lunchtime especially when they're at work sandwiches are quicker and easier to eat than a full meal but they can still be healthy and filling Mortons are always thinking of ways to make their sandwiches tastier and more interesting they have a lot of classic sandwiches like cheese salad chicken and bacon lettuce and tomato known as a bit but they have some more unusual sandwiches like falafel and hummus.

How many sandwiches do you sell a day it depends it depends which day of the week it is what time of year it is i would say approximately 1 000 sandwiches a day how much do people spend on their lunch i guess on average it would be between four and five pounds which sandwiches are the most popular chicken sandwiches are in general the most popular also mozzarella which we combine with our own basil mayonnaise what's your favorite sandwich there's a sandwich that there's probably has probably had the most influence in my life which is a goat cheese sandwich because i met my a customer used to come into our shop and an order i only knew her as large black coffee and goat's cheese sandwich and this customer then has actually transformed into being my wife the sandwich has changed a lot since john montague's time but it's still as popular as ever.


The dish which makes a silica mold and predominantly a dish which consists of lentils and rice and is a batter based food let's see dosas originated in south India their exact birthplace in that region is a matter of conjecture in Asian times the blood was the staple food of south indian and not the paddy or rice from Asian literature like Sangam we learned that dosas are all of those modern foods were part of Sangam literature according to food historian keti acharya dosa was already in use in the Asian Tamil culture around the 1st century Eddie according to historian pitangapanaya dosa was originated in trip town of present-day Karnataka.

The dosas that we eat soft and thicker were originated in Tamil Nadu and the crispy and thinner dosas were part of Karnataka a recipe for dosa can be found in manasolasa a Sanskrit encyclopedia compiled by the chow Chalukyas king somewhat iii who ruled present-day Karnataka after the independence of India south Indian cuisine became gradually popular in north India the significance of south Indian food were spread by some of the hotels like madras hotel and it arrived in Mumbai with the would-be restaurants in the 1930s so this much long history and finally who found it, yeah you're right Karnataka and mondo combinedly found dosas okay.

Let's look at the nutrients present in dosas dosa is high in carbohydrates and contains no added sugars or saturated fats acid key ingredients are rice and black gram it is also a good source of protein one homemade plain dosa without oil contains 112 calories of which 84 percent is the carbohydrate and 16 is protein the first reason why dosa is considered to be a good trick was that it is easy to digest second reason is that it has a high content of protein third reason is that it has a high quantity of carbohydrate which gives energy why is dosa named as dosa let's see according to history brahmins in alien Asian times called dosa as dosa which means sin because they thought that it is equal to alcohol due to its fermentation process you.

French fries 

We've all finished off our fair share of french fries but if you ever wondered who actually invented our favorite fried snack let's find out on today's episode considering that we call them french fries in the u.s. you might think that french fries were invented in France but it's actually still hotly debated the French often insists they invented the delicious dish but Belgium seems to have a slightly better claim as the creator of the modern fries back in the 1830s fried potatoes were a popular dish in both Belgium and France and the first English reference to fries doesn't come until 1894.

Where they're called french-fried potatoes but according to Belgians there are a little more to the story poor Belgian villagers often caught small fish and fried them up during the winter lakes and rivers would freeze leaving the villagers to find other foods so that's when french fries reported they would cut up a potato the long way about the same size as the fish they normally caught fried them up and voila flavorful french fries, okay so it's most likely where modern fries came from but how did they catch on and become so popular french fries really took off after soldiers stationed in Belgium first got a taste of them during World War one the soldiers loved the fried food.

It was a smash it French was the official language of the Belgian Army so the soldiers started calling their new favorite treat french fries and the name stuck because fries are a favorite food around the world they can come with all sorts of different toppings or condiments depending on where you are in the US ketchup mayo and vinegar are common dipping sauces and chili cheese is a common topping but in Canada lots of people top their french fries with a cheese curd and gravy combo called poutine in England fries are called chips and make up the second half of the famous English dish fish and chips and a popular way to eat fries in France as with a steak or steamed mussels and that's just the start just about every country in the world has found ways to take fries and add a local Flair it kind of makes me want to try them all and now you know who invented fries comment below if you have a question you'd like to know the answer to and remember to subscribe for more episodes of only on DreamWorks TV.


Manchurian is a class of Indo-Chinese dishes made by rough chopping and deep-frying ingredients such as chicken, cauliflower, prawns, fish, mutton, and paneer, and then sautéeing it in a sauce flavored with soy sauce.

Ice cream 

Consumers still scream for ice cream a brief history the origin of ice cream dates all the way back to 2nd century BC no specific date or inventor is marked with its origin what we do know 323 to 356 BC Alexander the Great enjoys snow and ice flavored with honey and nectar 8050 for 286 during the Roman Empire Nero Claudius Caesar frequently sends runners into the mountains for snow then flavoring it with fruits and juices 1,500 to 1,600 seed Marco Polo returns from China with a recipe similar to sherbert 1700 cream ice appears regularly at the table of Charles.

The first 1740 for the first official account of ice cream in the new world in a letter written in 1744 by a guest of Maryland Governor William Bladen May 12th, 1777 first ad for ice cream appears in the New York Gazette 1800s manufacturing ice cream becomes an industry in America due to technological advances 1874 the American soda fountain shop and profession of the soda jerk emerges with the invention of the ice cream soda 1896 the first ice cream cone is produced credited to it'll Omar Sione 1897 Alfred Crowley patents the ice cream scoop 1890s religious criticism for eating sinfully rich ice cream sodas on Sundaysc.


I mean to say that momo is not only your food it's an identity often a please but unfortunately, most of the people don't know the origin of mama to know the history of MoMA we need to go back to 1800s year ago in China during the period of Han dynasty there was a man named zhang jong Jian who made the dumpling for the first time in the world it was a time of winter zhang noticed that many of his fellow citizens were suffering from frostbite particularly around their ears as a way to solve this problem he cooked up a batch of modern chili and healing herbs wrapped them in a scrap of dough and let them boil when it cooked properly he distributed to their citizen nobody knows whether it cured frostbite or not but the villager locked the taste in Nepal Newari.

Traders are the ones who made momo for the first time when the traders went to lhasa the birth for the trade they encountered meat dumpling made with yak meat filling they love the taste and when they return to nepal they start to made dumplings with ground meat of buffalo and named as momosa they not only change the name but also modify the taste of this dish with nepalese spices nowadays almost every hotel and restaurants they use excessive amount of msg ajinamoto in momo to enhance the taste and to earn more profit which is really a shameful thing because the use of msg not only affects our body but also affect the original taste of mama so i request every owner of a restaurant as well as safe we stop using msg and let's give our original taste of momo to our customer thank you for watching and if you like this video please subscribe and press the bell icon so that you will get more information related to hotel and tourism of nepal.


Do you know when and how the instant noodles you usually eat were born there is a long history behind today's instant noodles the main ingredient of instant noodles is wheat flour it is said that humans started cultivating wheat during the neolithic period around 7000 bce our ancestors started eating wheat about 5 million years after the appearance of the ancestors of humanity at that time wheat was cooked by roasting after smashing it with stones or eaten like porridge by boiling coarsely grounded wheat in clay pots then around 3000 bce bread using wheat flour made by grounding wheat into powder using a stone mill started to be made in egypt how did wheat flour then evolve into noodles in china various methods for turning wheat flour into noodles were repeatedly tried around the second century food in the shape of noodles appeared in the tsuninueling a record of seasonal events from the later han dynasty however the more obvious origin of the noodle is the food called bing water induced noodles found in the 6th century agricultural book si min yaoshu wheat flour is kneaded soaked in water stretched thin with fingers and boiled this is the world's oldest record of a method for making noodles noodles were born about 7 000 years after people started eating wheat subsequently noodles developed in shape and cuisine such as being cut thinly or eaten cold and spread all over china by the 8th century noodles had reached japan.

by the 10th century Afghanistan and Iran it is even said that noodles further spread to Italy and evolved into pasta a variety of noodle cultures spread into southeast Asia between the 15th century and the beginning of the 19th century going into the 20th-century chicken ramen was invented in 1958 in japan it was the birth of the world's first instant noodles because it can be eaten anytime anywhere just by pouring hot water it was called the magic ramen and quickly spread across japan the appearance of instant noodles was about 1400 years after the birth of noodles in china it then spread quickly to regions around the world today it is eaten in more than 100 countries and regions it took noodles around 1 300 years to spread across Asia after its birth but instant noodles spread across the world in just 40 years after being invented this is because manufacturers adeptly incorporated local food cultures and flavors.

it gained widespread acceptance by many people as a tasty food that is easy to prepare today more than 100 billion servings of instant noodles are consumed each year it has grown into a global food supporting the diets of people around the world in 2005 instant noodles went into space with Japanese astronaut Soichi noguchi as space food and a video of him eating instant noodles tastily was released today there are increasingly more natural disasters in the world such as floods and hurricanes and infectious diseases have been making a major impact since 2020 as a food that can be stored for a long time and is easy to prepare instant noodles are contributing to the people's diets all over the world instant noodles will keep evolving and will continue to support the lives of people how will instant noodles look in 2058 100 years after being invented instant noodles with greater nutritional value sustainable instant noodles with consideration for the global environment and personal instant noodles fitting the preferences and cultures of people around the world please look forward to such future history of instant noodles you.


Oh, pasta so rich so steamy so seductive but listen before I get too hot under the colander let's get one thing straight pasta is old like super Oh like super old well maybe not that old but really where did this stuff come from let's find out together in the secret history of pasta the most common origin story claims pasta was brought to Italy from the east by the explorer Marco Polo I got some bad news it's not true sorry pal it is true a dumpling-like pasta existed in China as early as 1700 BCE but other forms of pasta existed in Italy before Marco Polo ever left like a baked doughy pasta called Lagaan nay an ancestor to lasagna so much like a bowl of delicious angel hair the ancient world is a seemingly endless tangle of competing pasta threads but if we slurp our way to the bottom what's the real pasta predecessor the answer takes us to the 5th century.

Where merchants from the Arab world brought dry noodles known as it tria packed for long journeys across the Silk Road bringing pasta to Sicily centuries before Marco Polo but once pasta was here what did Italians bring to the table what was their special sauce the sauce up until this point pasta was eaten plain or or even as a paste Italy also invented mass pasta production including the creation of the first pasta machines but if you think the story is over there's one little detail left at the time even the wealthiest most aristocratic members of society ate pasta yeah with their bare hands and with tomato sauce on the horizon he can just imagine but thankfully there was a hero waiting in the shadows Forks had never been big in Italy but this was a match made in heaven so if you love chowing down on spaghetti it might be better to thank your for rather than Marco Polo it took an awfully long time to become what it is today but there's plenty to go around just stay hands off that last meatball okay it's mine.

Pav bhaji 

Pav bhaji is a fast food dish from India consisting of a thick vegetable curry served with a soft bread roll. Its origins are in the state of Maharashtra.


Warm, delicious pizza, piled high with glorious toppings. And we all know where it came from, don't we? Right here. No, no, maybe it was here. Hold on, wait, wait, wait. Was it here? You know what does anyone even know? Let's find out in The Secret History of Pizza. Like a good slice, the origin of pizza itself is thick with the cheese of mystery, rich with the sauce of debate. There were many pizza precursors throughout the Mediterranean. The ancient Greeks enjoyed various flatbreads going back thousands of years. Focaccia is one of the most direct ancestors of pizza, a tasty flatbread the Romans called panis focaccias.

The word pizza, meaning pie, would only start to appear around 1000 AD, but the dish would still be missing most of the things you might expect, like, you know, sauce, pepperoni, cheese, basically the whole pizza. Centuries later, pizza, still just flatbread with oil and toppings, is largely considered a food for the poor, until this guy comes in, Raffaele Esposito. This pizza maker was charged with making a special pizza for Queen Margherita, and yes, attentive listeners, that name might ring a few bells.

Because in an effort to make a pizza worthy of his royal guests, Esposito crafted something experimental and patriotic, a pizza emblazoned with the colors of the Italian flag. He did that by flavoring with basil, mozzarella, and tomato, thus creating what we would later call the Margherita pizza. And because of this moment, Esposito is credited by many as being the father of all modern pizza. Later that century, Italians started migrating to the United States, and they brought pizza with them as a little slice of home. It wasn't long at all before American pizza developed its own distinct flavor. So whether you like your deep-dish, wood-fired, stuffed crust, or with artisanally crafted heirloom tomato sauce, no matter which way you slice it, this pie is here to stay.


The simplest thing is that love for the Biryani is nothing very less BIRYANI The word alone should get your taste buds tingling and your jaws aching with sweet pain But hold on... If you think otherwise, we shared the same lack of enthusiasm. Not until a few months ago, where we slapped with the news of a silent rave for biryani that was confirmed after a prominent food ordering app showed it was a leading item chosen by millions And naturally, we had to get to the roots of this biryani craze. I was there in Anand Dum Biryani, Hoskote at 6:30 in the morning, and... first time ever I had biryani for breakfast. Biryani for breakfast? Still clueless? 

Well, we headed straight to Hoskote to bestow bowels with some binge-worthy biryani, and to begin our quest of getting to the basis of this bellowing madness... for Biryani! As we all know, Biryani or Birinj Bryan has its roots in the Persian Gulf But how did India a land of different religions and cultures adopt biryani as a unifying dish? 

Well, there are different theories Some suggest that the Turk Mongol conqueror Taimur bought a precursor to the biryani with him when he arrived at the frontiers of India with his mighty army, war elephants, and earthen pots full of Rice, Spices, and Meat back in 1398. This dish was believed to be the war campaign diet of Taimur's army. On the other hand, we have Arab traders who bought the dish to the southern coast of Malabar.

Once they started frequenting their visits to India The dish also as mentioned in Tamil Sangam Literature as early as the Second AD called 'Onnu Soru' or 'Perum Soru' A mix of rice, ghee, meat, turmeric, coriander pepper, and bay leaves. But the theory that steals the crown until proven otherwise is the humanitarian effort of Mumtaz Mahal In energizing her malnourished soldiers with a simple yet effective concoction of rice, spices, and meat. Now, there are two general methods of biryani preparation Kacchi and Pakki and there are also over 50 different types of biryanis with minor variations in ingredients, native to a particular region for example Kolkata biryani Hyderabadi biryani, Ambur biryani, Malabar biryani, and so on. Back on our way to Hoskote, we couldn't help but wonder how each region has taken such a humble dish like biryani and turned it into a dish fit for Kings and Queens But that's another thought for another day Right now we were completely spellbound by all this drive and motivation around us. Just the sight of people standing in queues to delve into a piping hot plate of biryani at the wee break of dawn had us surprised. Biryani binds and crosses beyond every border humans have actually put in.

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