Holding in my arms, I could look at my burger forever
(I might bite)
Dictionaries define burgers as sliced meat and vegetables inside two buns. But you know something? Never ask what a burger is to a dictionary. Ask it to someone who has a burger in hand. They’ll define it as pure love.
The birth of the burger is considered to happen in the USA where two cuts of bread and a ground meat steak were consolidated into a "cheeseburger sandwich" and sold. There is some debate over the birthplace of the cheeseburger since its two fundamental fixings, bread, and hamburger, had been arranged and cooked-through independently for a long time in various nations before their mix. Soon after its creation, the burger immediately incorporated the entirety of its trademark decorations, including onions, lettuce, and cut pickles.