Epic Burger has stepped up their Halal game with a new burger and sauce. We try it and here’s what we thought.
Averse to any bit of red in your red meat? Fear not. Eating a little rare meat is totally okay. Beyond that, it’s actually better tasting.
Wondering where to find a Halal (or Kosher) turkey this November? Here’s a list.
As The Halal Guys expands Muslims everywhere are asking two questions: is it really Halal? And is it worth all the hype? We decided to find out.
Want to buy a Halal turkey? Here’s what you need to know.
When Muslim Eater launched it debuted with a very exciting discovery: Creekstone Farms, one of the premier beef suppliers served in top restaurants around America, is certified Halal. Today, one year later, we present an updated guide on everything you need to know about Creekstone Farms being Halal.
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 […]
When we published the debut post for Muslim Eater on Creekstone Farms offering Halal meat we knew it would be big. We didn’t know it would be this big. Everyone, from Muslim consumers to big name restaurant groups who had no idea they were carrying Halal meat, all reacted in interesting ways.
Creekstone Farms Beef is certified Halal by the Halal Transactions of Omaha. There are also a number of recognized American Muslim scholars who have reviewed the slaughter criteria of Creekstone.