You can just feel it — summertime is in the air. School is wrapping up, and the days are getting longer. Warmer weather also means it’s time to enjoy cool treats, like our new Watermelon Mint Lemonade. It combines a Chick-fil-A favorite, our Fresh-Squeezed Lemonade, with a summertime favorite: watermelon (and mint flavor for an extra twist)! But sipping this beverage out of a straw isn’t the only way to savor this seasonal treat.
Since its debut in 1964, the original Chick-fil-A Chicken Sandwich has been a hit with millions of people nationwide. What’s the secret to its popularity? While it seems simple – just a lightly breaded chicken breast with two pickles between a toasted, buttered bun – every part of the Chick-fil-A chicken sandwich is truly an original. And it all goes back to the creation of the sandwich more than 50 years ago.
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This surprisingly simple dessert from Chef John Moeller, former White House chef-turned-philanthropist, is sure to be a favorite in your kitchen.
Brandi Milloy never imagined she would one day be known for food.“I always thought that I’d be just like my dad, who was a pilot in the Army,” says Milloy, whose family moved all over the world with the U.S. Military during her childhood.But a journalism degree would set Milloy along a much different course – from investigative reporting and entertainment news early in her career and later to a dream job at the lifestyle publication POPSUGAR. “I just never imagined my passion for food, people and culture could be a profession,” says Milloy.
Don’t let the name intimidate you. “Frittata is just a fancy word for egg dish, and this one is so easy to make,” says Brandi Milloy, TV host and food reporter at POPSUGAR Food’s Eat the Trend. Milloy suggests making the recipe – which is baked in mini muffin tins -- on Sunday to save for the rest of the week or freeze for later. “When you’re ready to warm them up, just pop them in the oven or wrap them in a damp towel and heat them in the microwave,” she says.