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Idem pastillum, si frustum [[caseus|casei]] in ofellam superimponitur, ''cheeseburger'' nominatur. Ipsa ofella ''[[Isicium Hamburgense|Hamburger steak]]'' appellari solet.
 
[[Fasciculus:DSC04948 - Burger Bar.jpg|thumb|upright=1.25|[[Gastronomia Campensis]] in [[Nivata]]: pastillum [[panis autopyrus|autopyrum]] cui immittuntur ofellaisicium e carne [[bison bison|bisontis]] [[Vyomina|Vyominensis]], caseus [[Mozzarella]], [[ficatum]] ([[anserina|anserinum]] aut [[anatina|anatinum]]?) sartagine suffitum, embammate e [[Tuber melanosporum|tuberis]] [[Petrocoriense|Petrocoriensibus]], appositis [[Ipomoea batatas|batatis dulcibus]] frictis (''Wyoming buffalo patty, whole wheat bun, Mozzarella, pan seared foie gras, black Perigord truffle sauce with a side of sweet potato fries'') in popina ab [[Hubertus Keller|Huberto Keller]] directa inlatum]]
Pastilla farta Hamburgensi pristino similia in Civitates Foederatae necnon alibi recenter venditantur, exempli gratia [[pullina]], [[porcina]], [[gallopavonina]]. [[Vegetarianismus|Vegetarianis]] proponitur ''[[Veggie burger]]'' ("pastillum oleraceum"), ofella de phaseolo seu cicere ex aromatibus confecta immissa.
 
== Origo et historia ==
[[Isicium Hamburgense|Isicium]], quod partem carnosam huius ferculi constituit, fortasse ex isiciis iam in [[Germania]] septentrionali confectis, ''[[Frikadelle]]'' appellatis, imitatum est. In popinis Germanis iam annis 1870 talia isicia inferebantur a cauponibus magna parte per [[Hamburgum]] ad Civitates Faederatas immigrantibus. ''Hamburg steak'' ("frustum bubulum Hamburgense") per analogiam nuncupabantur, quamquam non e frustis bubulis sed e carne concisa in ofellas refecta proveniebant, quia eodem tempore ofellae carnis bubulae concisae crudae ad invalidos nutriendos nomine ''[[Salisbury steak]]'' conficiebantur; botuli appellationibus urbium Europaearum ''[[Frankfurter]]'' et ''[[Wiener]]'' iam nominati erant. Anno 1873 [[Novum Eboracum (urbs)|Novi Eboraci]] in urbe,<ref>"Hamburg steak ... simply a beefsteak redeemed from its original toughness by being mashed into mincemeat": ''[[New York Times]]'' (1873) fide [[#Smith (2008)]] p. 16</ref> anno 1876 in popina Germana [[Expositio Centennialis (1876)|Expositionis Centennialis]] [[Philadelphia (Pennsilvania)|Philadelphia]]e ''Hamburger steaks'' crebrissime venditata sunt.<ref>''New York Tribune'' (1876) fide [[#Smith (2008)]] p. 17</ref>
 
== Notae ==
* Josh Ozersky, ''Hamburgers: a cultural history''. Novo Portu: Yale University Press, 2008. ISBN 978-0-300-11758-5 {{Google Books|MjP0Jf2DGkEC|Paginae selectae}}
* Elisabeth Rozin, ''The Primal Cheeseburger: A Generous Helping of Food History Served On a Bun''. Novi Eboraci: Penguin, 1994. ISBN 0-14-017843-0
* <span id="Smith (2008)"></span>Andrew F. Smith, ''Hamburger: A Global History''. Londinii: Reaktion Books, 2008. ISBN 1-86189-390-6 (fons principalis huius bibliographiae)
* Jeffrey Tennyson, ''Hamburger Heaven: the illustrated history of the hamburger''. Novi Eboraci, 1993