Why are they called Sliders?

RDP Friday: SLIDE

Old English slīdan (verb); related to sled and sledge1. The noun, first in the sense ‘act of sliding,’ is recorded from the late 16th century.

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I’ve always wondered why those little burgers are called sliders, so I’m being lazy today and just leaving you with a link, in case you’re interested.  Here’s one possible explanation:

https://www.thedailymeal.com/eat/why-are-sliders-called-sliders

RDP: Slide

5 thoughts on “Why are they called Sliders?

  1. I think it’s because without that stick holding everything together, the fillings would just slide out of the bun and all over the person eating it – not that I’m speaking from experience (I am really) 🙂

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