At the base level, a burger is a piece of meat and a bun with something on it. It’s simple but it seems to make a lot of people happy.

Danny Meyer

Burgers are indeed the source of true happiness, a fact supported by the rich cheesy topping, crisp flavorful onion, and splash of tomato that brings it all together with a pickle tang finish. Or maybe you’re a bolder sort, enjoying their burger topped with onion rings and barbecue sauce in a true Western style and a splash of blue cheese. Whatever the case, it’s hard to argue that the burger isn’t the perfect food, and Burger Day is here to celebrate it in all its glory.

History Of Burger Day

Burger Day was established by Mr. Hyde to celebrate their favorite food, and all the places they’ve sampled that make them. It’s a great system, free from any of the false advertising you may experience elsewhere. As they say “If we say we like a burger place, it’s because we ate there and liked it.” Burger Day was created to vaunt the glories of this most perfect of meals, technically a sandwich, really a whole meal.

Burgers were said to be invented in Hamburg, Germany, or to be more precise the meat that would become the hamburger was. Ground beef used to be considered a waste product, the leftovers of the prime cuts that were then sold off on the cheap. These days premium ground beef is the foundation of one of the world’s most popular foods. It got its start as a hamburger steak, a popular dish served with multiple variations, but one day it found its way onto a bun, met cheese and bacon, and has never looked back. Burger Day is your opportunity (excuse?) to indulge in as many of these delicious concoctions as you desire!

How To Celebrate Burger Day

Celebrating Burger Day is one of the easiest, most entertaining, and absolutely delicious celebrations we can imagine. You eat burgers. Yep, that simple. Enjoy a nice juicy burger as many times as your heart desires, in as many different configurations. We suggest hosting a great bit burger cookout at your house or at friends, where everyone makes their favorite variety with their favorite toppings and introduces it to the group. Worst case scenario, you meet another burger you absolutely can’t live without, but that’s what Burger Day is all about.

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Hey, I looked this up and found that it’s being celebrated in the UK, not the US. Is this site specifically for US days of the year, or international?
I love what you’re here, BTW 😉 Thank you for compiling it all together in a fantastic website

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