It may not have saffron or “really good butter,” but Shake Shack’s Chick’n Shack has fried chicken, lettuce, pickles, tomatoes, and buttermilk herb mayo, and that’s good enough for Ina Garten. (And frankly, what's good enough for Ina Garten is good enough for me.)
The Food Network star took to Instagram to document her summer meal, which she succinctly describes as “#crazygood.”
There's something special about Ina ditching her glitzy Hamptons life for a sandwich from a chain restaurant. It gives us plebeians something to relate to and aspire to. That is until I found out her trek into Manhattan was to close on a $4.65 million Park Avenue apartment. Cue that familiar feeling of insignificance.
Stars...they're still not like the rest of us, but we love them anyway.
Eat on, Ina. Eat on.