NEW YORK (1010 WINS) -- If you can't make it to Shake Shake, then Shake Shack will come to you.
That's the thought behind the the burger chain's launch of make-at-home ShackBurger kits through delivery company Goldbelly.
One of Goldbelly’s investors and board members is Shake Shack founder Danny Meyer.
“We’re thrilled to make Shake Shack more accessible during these challenging times and offer our guests the ability to recreate the Shack experience in their own homes,” Mark Rosati, Shake Shack culinary director, said in a statement.
A kit includes eight burger patties, eight buns, eight slices of American cheese and Shake Shack’s signature sauce.
It's up to the customer to provide the lettuce, tomato, salt, and pepper.
Shake Shack recommends eating the burgers within a week of receiving them. It also recommends avoiding freezing them.