Moms. They are the event planners, caterers, medics, CEOs – and sometimes all at once. You name it, they do it. So, this Mother’s Day, give mom something she could really use: a day off. While we aren’t open on Sundays, we’ve still got you covered for Mother’s Day: A reheatable Chick-fil-A tray of Chilled Chick-fil-A Nuggets or Chilled Chick-fil-A Chick-n-Strips will take care of lunch or dinner.
Leave it to parents to find a solution for anything. They can turn the contents of a purse into hours of entertainment at a restaurant or child-proof any room before those little toddler feet hit the floor. Kids teach you lots of things – starting with how to be resourceful. So when we were looking for ideas to upcycle Chick-fil-A’s soup bowls, we went straight to the experts: moms. We put out an all-call and once again we were amazed by the results. (Last year they showed us how to make practically anything out of our salad containers.) Here are eight great DIYs to think about before tossing out your soup bowls at your next visit to Chick-fil-A.
When in Rome, do as the Romans do. That philosophy isn’t far off from a trend that many Americans are finding beneficial to their health: the Mediterranean diet.
When Truett Cathy opened his first restaurant in 1946, most businesses were closed on Sundays. The world moved at a slower pace then, but he remained steadfast about this “day of rest” — even after competitors began daily operations in the 1960s.
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.
“Today is going to be an awesome day. Brought my team Chick-fil-A so they can be on the same page as my mood.”