Craving a Shake Shack burger? Here’s how you can make one in your home.
The popular burger chain, which recently opened a location at the Hillsdale Shopping Center in San Mateo, has partnered with Oakland’s Cream Co. Meats, the natural meat supplier, to create a do-it-yourself (DIY) kit for burger lovers maintaining social distancing.
The DIY ShackBurger Kit ($49) includes eight patties of Shake Shack’s custom, Angus beef blend from Cream Co. Meats, non-GMO Martin’s Potato Rolls, American cheese, and ShackSauce. All you need from your kitchen is butter, salt & pepper, lettuce, and tomato (or any other toppings you love).
Bay Area burger lovers can choose from a variety of kit sizes such as the Bunker Box ($175), which feeds two people for two weeks, and the Family Bunker Box ($299), which feeds family of four for up to three weeks.
The kits are available only on Uber Eats from the following locations: San Francisco, Marin, San Mateo, Palo Alto and Oakland.
Check out this link to order your own burger kit.