By FWx Editors
Updated July 02, 2015
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The Fourth of July means cookouts and cookouts mean burgers. Regardless of “historical” claims linking the burger to Germany or even the Roman Empire, we here in America claim the burger as our own. In a lot of ways the burger is the perfect embodiment of the American dream—it can be anything you want it to be. So with that in mind, we give you 50 burgers for 50 states.

Alabama – The Scramble Burger
Part burger, part sloppy joe, the story goes that it was invented in the ’50s in the town of Anniston in a state known more for its barbecue than its burgers.