Famous restaurateur Danny Meyer is the founder of the fast casual Shake Shack chain. Opening his first N.Y.C. restaurant the Union Square Cafe at age 27, he immediately started recruiting renowned chefs such as Michael Romano. The result today is a restaurant empire that crisscrosses the globe. Shake Shack in particular is famous for their high quality hamburgers. Luckily for you, the website Tasting Table now has the official recipe from the Shake Shack cookbook!
This recipe from Pioneer Woman uses Hawaiian-style ingredients that might be the closest anyone has come to a Big Kahuna burger. This is different then the classic Hawaiian dish Loco Moco which replaces the bun with rice.
Everyones tried these burgers of which they are presumably “King”, but BK’s other recipes are largely still a secret. From the website My Recipes comes this recipe that reverse engineers the new Lucky Charms milkshake and then makes it even better!
Originally the Harlem Shake was a song that became an internet meme dance reminiscent of a mild seizure. With the opening of the “Harlem Shake” restaurant of the same name, owner Jelena Pasic is committed to serving cuisine that embraces the Harlem of old. This recipe from the website Food Republic not only tells you how to make their famous burger, but what old school brands to use as well.
The next time James Bond wants his martini shaken not stirred, serve this to the smug spy instead. This recipe from No Spoon Necessary is the alcoholic version of a Snickers bar. A combination of vodka, chocolate and caramel, it could’ve easily been served at a Jack Rabbit Slims restaurant!