In October 2003, Chick-fil-A Operator Bruce Ploeser and his team were preparing to open the first free-standing Chick-fil-A in the Phoenix area. The Goodyear, Arizona, grand opening was significant, marking one of the first restaurants in Chick-fil-A’s West Coast expansion. Yet 15 years later, the opening would prove to have far greater significance than his team could have imagined: it was the site of the first-ever Chick-fil-A First 100® Campout.
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Picture this: a group of kids ranging in age from 3 to 8 hold each other’s hands, talk and laugh. They take turns while exploring interactive stations that tap their visual perception, physical stamina and problem-solving skills. Most importantly, they’re having fun together.
Chick-fil-A’s Mealtime Kits are bringing the Chick-fil-A chicken you love -- combined with new chef-inspired flavors -- to your kitchen. Now you can enjoy recipes like Chicken Enchiladas and Pan Roasted Chicken without the planning and prep required of your usual dinner routine.
If there’s one thing the popsicle craze sweeping the nation has taught us, it’s that we can all master the art of making (and enjoying) popsicles with the right ingredients. Luisa Hammett, a registered dietician and the lifestyle blogger behind Peaches to Pearls, offers a “better option for a summertime treat” with her Summer Peach Popsicle recipe. You can feel good about the fact that it’s packed with vitamin C, fiber and protein, thanks to the peaches and creamy Greek yogurt base.
The hunt for the perfect summer peach will be well worth it if you ask Luisa Hammett, a registered dietician and the lifestyle blogger behind Peaches to Pearls, who shares her Summer Peach Salsa recipe. “What makes this recipe unique is the added sweetness and crispness of the peaches,” says Hammett, who recommends serving it as a standalone dip or with grilled chicken or fish tacos to add some extra flavor.
Pickles, peanut butter, sweets. Expecting moms will tell you that when they’re eating for two (or three!), they’re also fighting some serious cravings. We talked to a group of women -- from first- to sixth-time mamas of both boys and girls -- and found one resounding truth: a craving for Chick-fil-A while pregnant can be a very real thing.