Shake Shack Debuts DIY Burger Kits To Fix Your Cravings During Self-Isolation
By Mikelle Leow, 02 Apr 2020
Images via Goldbelly
You can now prepare your own Whoppers at home, but if you’re salivating for Shake Shack’s world-famous Shackburger, it’s also very possible—and easy—to recreate one.
After shutting its dining areas, Shake Shack is making its signature cheeseburgers more accessible by letting customers grill and put together the burgers by themselves. While other chains remain protective of their recipes, the New York City restaurant has launched a DIY Shackburger Kit, made logistically possible with the help of meal kit provider Goldbelly, to comfort patrons during the coronavirus outbreak.
The meal kit, priced at US$49, arrives with almost all of the ingredients required to make eight Shackburgers. It comprises of Shake Shack’s custom blend of 100-percent Angus beef, eight GMO-free potato rolls, slices of American cheese, and four ounces of ShackSauce.
To maintain freshness, the DIY kits don’t include lettuce or tomatoes, and fans are asked to “bring your own” toppings, according to the Motley Fool.
Interestingly, customers are asked not to freeze the ingredients, as this will affect the meat’s quality. The kit is prepared such that individual diners can make and enjoy one Shackburger each day, as it has a “best before” date of one week.
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