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Shake Shack just added chili to the menu — here’s what it’s like

Shake Shack just started serving slow-braised beef chili. It comes on a burger, on a hot dog, on fries, or as a side. The chili is being served nationwide, but you can’t get it at airports or stadiums. Following is the transcript of the video.

Shake Shack now serves chili. You can get it four ways. Only three are on the menu. Get it on a hot dog, on a burger, or on fries. This isn’t on the menu, but you can also get the chili as a side. Here’s what we thought about it.

Kate Taylor: This is very good. It almost tastes like a barbecue sandwich. There is so much chili in here. This is delicious.

Kevin Reilly: My favorite is definitely the chili dog. I kind of like how it gets a little messy but also the dog itself is delicious. That grilled flavor on there is fantastic.

Alyssa Pagano: Oh, it’s actually spicier than I was expecting.

Kate Taylor: This is a very tasty chili cheese dog.

Alyssa Pagano: I’m just going to eat another one, because why not?

Kevin Reilly: And I’m going to have another bite because it’s really good.

The chili is smoked and slow-braised beef. It’s made with ancho and chile de árbol peppers. They’ll be serving it for a limited time, so get it while it’s hot.


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