The famous Halal Guys of New York announced today that it will be opening multiple brick-and-mortor locations throughout the country. The franchise will open 30 locations across Southern California, Bay Area, Las Vegas, and 5 locations in Chicagoland. How will this affect the Halal scene already present in these areas?
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Bad news, Chicago Muslims. While the beef used at Shake Shack River North in Chicago was confirmed by management to be all Creekstone Farms beef, Shake Shack corporate has contacted Muslim Eater stating that this is not guaranteed to be the case going forward. “Creekstone Farm is one of our main beef suppliers, but we […]
Note: This is an outdated article. Please see our latest on how Shake Shack corporate states that they are not Halal including the Chicago location. As such, Muslim Eater no longer recommends eating at Shake Shack Chicago or any other location that claims they only use Creekstone Farms beef. This article is left for archival […]
The most exciting part of turkey dinner for me is not the turkey. It’s not the stuffing, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, or even gravy. It’s not even the pies. In fact, it’s nothing that is offered at the dinner itself. It’s leftover turkey meat for the next day to use for entirely new dishes. […]
Shake Shack is one of the most famous burger chains in the world. Started in 2004 as a hot dog stand in New York’s Madison Square Park, the chain exploded in popularity and can be considered one of the inspirations for the “better burger” renaissance for the past fifteen years in America. But there’s something about […]
Every single fall, Americans have enjoyed the art of apple appreciation in the form of cider mills. For nearly two centuries, families, kids, couples, and the elderly all stand in lines long formed outside tall barn doors for a taste of fall as unique as it is traditional. What has them coming back every single […]
40,000 views in one day. 85,000 since debut. Over 10,000 shares on Facebook. Restaurant groups changing their business operations. Big name food organizations reaching out for follow-up. When I published the debut post for Muslim Eater on Creekstone Farms offering Halal meat I knew it would be big. I didn’t know it would be that […]
Southeast Michigan is a very special place to me. I have fond memories of summers spent with my cousins rotating between my five maternal uncles’ houses. I found my wife there and even moved there for about a year and a half for work. Without any hesitation I can say that area is my second […]