Shake Shack Released a Burger Kit For Delivery
Laura Lee - July 5, 2020

Happiness Is Fun

By Pauline Oliver

Happy is as happy does
When all is said and done
Truly being happy
Starts with having fun

Set those happiness endorphins free
To flood your stressed out brain
With lots of happy thoughts
To relax and ease the strain
Eat chocolate
And laugh-a-lot

Chew chilis hot and red
Wear bright colours instead

Keep a dog or a cat
Try yoga on a mat

Feel sunshine warm your being
Seek beauty for the seeing

Classical music wins by miles
Exchanging lots of smiles

That's how to raise your spirit
Lift your body and your mind
This daily dose of happiness
Is a pleasure - you will find.

Craving a Shake Shack burger? No worries because Goldbelly just released a Shake Shack ShackBurger Kit for $49! It includes “100 percent Angus beef from Pat LaFrieda which took years to perfect (it’s hormone and antibiotic-free, too). Then, it’s topped with classic melted American cheese, their top-secret ShackSauce, and cradled by a toasted, non-GMO Martin’s Potato Roll.” We’re drooling already! For those of you who don’t know, Goldbelly is an online marketplace for regional and artisanal foods crafted by local restaurants, bakeries, delis, and more. Goldbelly even includes a prep video so you know how to make the burger perfectly right at home. The kit comes with enough supplies for eight burgers, just add lettuce and tomato yourself. 

 

Shown is the ShackBurger and fries at the Shake Shack on January 28, 2015 in Washington, D.C.

Getty Images/The Washington Post

 

And in other good news, if you want to get your hands on Shake Shack’s “Shack Sauce” then you’re in luck! Shake Shack: Recipes & Stories, a cookbook by Randy Garutti and Mark Rosati, wrote about the history of the stand and even included its infamous, top-secret sauce recipe- well, sort of! Though the exact measurements weren’t listed, it does say that it contains homemade mayonnaise, two different kinds of mustard, tomato paste, pickles, salt, pepper, and chipotle peppers. In the cookbook, the authors say the sauce is “close enough” to the original. “We’re surely not going to publish THE formula for our secret sauce. (We’re not crazy!)”