Summer is the time for barbecued meals and backyard parties, but breaking away from same-old grilled dishes to try new recipes isn’t always easy. For Gena Knox, founder of the Athens, Ga.-based barbecue and grilling company Fire & Flavor, the key to successfully experimenting with a new grilled dish is finding a perfect combination of flavor and simplicity.
When it comes to quick, on-the-go food, the Chick-fil-A Chick-n-Strips and Nuggets are at the top of the list. There’s just something about their golden-brown crispiness and dippability that make them a fan favorite. But in the world of chicken enthusiasts, diners are divided. What really are the differences between these two menu picks and what exactly makes people root for “Team Nugget” or “Team Strip?”
Eating nutritious meals always seems easy until busy schedules get in the way. Your tummy is telling you to grab some food, and fast, but you’re heading to a board meeting, your kid’s soccer game or wherever life takes you. For someone trying to stave off starvation, getting the nutrition your body truly craves isn’t always easy.
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.
Service: It’s the tie that binds Zach Thomas and Daniel LeMay. While the two men are years apart in their careers and come from different backgrounds, they have both served their country as graduates from two of the nation’s top military academies – West Point and the United States Naval Academy.
It goes by many names, but high-intensity interval training – also known as HIIT– has become one of the workout world’s most popular exercise routines. In fact, a survey by the American College of Sports Medicine ranked it as the third biggest fitness trend for 2017, behind wearable technology and body-weight training.
Chick-fil-A® customers in Greensboro, N.C., Phoenix and San Antonio will be the first in the country to test out a new way to share Chick-fil-A meals and a few new side items as the restaurant chain begins testing “Family Style Meals” in three cities today through November 18. The Family Style Meals include one entrée, two sides and eight mini rolls to serve four people, with the option to add additional entrees, shareable sides and beverages. Plates, utensils and condiments are also included.