Whether it’s for a neighborhood cook-off or just a cozy meal on a cold day, everyone has a special twist on the classic chili dish. We sat down with Eli Kirshtein, former Top Chef: Las Vegas contestant to talk about his favorite chicken chili recipe.
If you’re avoiding gluten, Chick-fil-A has your back: The new Gluten-Free Bun will have you ditching the fork for a sandwich. Made with ancient grains instead of rice flour and sweetened with molasses and raisins, “what it lacks in gluten, the new bun makes up for in flavor,” says Christy Cook, Chick-fil-A chef and Dietician.
Rain or shine, day or night, there’s always someone out on the road running. And for good reason. Running is a form of exercise that needs minimal equipment, is easy to begin, and can be done anywhere. Whether it’s running to stay in shape or to relieve stress, everyone has their own story for why they started.
It’s a familiar scene. You’re running your daily errands, and hunger strikes. You don’t have time to spare, so you hit up the Chick-fil-A drive-thru. When you arrive, the line is wrapped around the restaurant. But you still get in the line, because you know you’ll get your food in no time.
With the winter months upon us, everyone is doing what they can to stay warm. Luckily, we have something on the menu that can help out – spicy chicken! There are 10 cities that love Chick-fil-A spicy chicken more than any other, judging by the percent of spicy chicken sales of the Spicy Chicken Sandwich, Spicy Deluxe Sandwich and Spicy Spicy Southwest Salad.
First comes baby, then comes exhaustion. That’s right, bringing home a newborn is one of the most special times in any parent’s life. It’s also likely be the time when you forget where your phone is… when it’s in your hand.
“Why do you have a Chick-fil-A that’s closed on Sundays in a professional football stadium?” That’s the question customers around the country asked when news broke that Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta would have a Chick-fil-A outpost. It’s a reasonable question to ask, after all, because most professional football games are played on Sundays.
“If I could describe New York City in one word, it would be ‘home.’” Ellie Kim spoke those words with an unmistakable, resounding passion. Having spent 11 years in Washington, D.C., Kim couldn’t be happier to finally return to the city and open the newest Chick-fil-A restaurant at 42nd Street and Madison Avenue, a stone’s throw from Grand Central Station.
Baby, it’s cold outside. Fortunately for all of us, the chillier months also mean the return of the seasonal Chick-fil-A Chicken Tortilla Soup (available from November until March). Have no fear – warmth is here!