Links We Love: Shake Shack, A Titanic Menu, and More
A look at what we’re reading, cooking, and clicking this week.
• The Perennial Plate has taken a break from its usual weekly episodes to share an appetizing video of their recent trip to Vietnam. The Perennial Plate
• The New York Times restaurant critic reviews the fast food burger chain Shake Shack, awarding it one star. New York Times
• There's no such thing as too much effort in search of the perfect lasagna recipe. Smitten Kitchen
• One of the latest trends in home cooking is a nostalgic wave of interest in recreating long lost family recipes. Wall Street Journal
• This latest iteration of a slider incorporates seared pork belly and a refreshing combination of pickled daikon and carrots. Spoon Fork Bacon
• The menu from the final lunch on the Titanic, dated April 14, 1912, is expected to sell for over $150,000 at auction. The Telegraph
_Photo: Shake Shack by L.Richarz/Flickr___
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