We’ve all been there: It’s the end of a long day and you realize you don’t have anything for dinner. The kids are in the car and everyone is starving. You need a solution, and you need it fast. For many of us, hitting a drive-thru is an easy answer: It’s simple, fast and no one needs to be unbuckled from a car seat.
Cleaning out your garage? Filling up boxes for Goodwill with clothes from the back of your closet? With the recent trend of eliminating clutter and finding joy in our belongings, it’s no surprise that everyone seems to have spring (cleaning) fever right now. While the closets, bedrooms and office space are obvious targets for an organizational makeover, the same rules apply to our favorite room in the house – the kitchen.
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.
At Chick-fil-A, it’s no secret that our priority is to serve guests the best way we can. And making sure you can enjoy your meal as quickly as possible is something we have been perfecting for years. This is especially true in the drive-thru.
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In 1985 – one year before the first stand-alone Chick-fil-A restaurant was built in Atlanta – the Chick-fil-A Chicken Biscuit made its debut. The arrival was part of a plan to, “offer the delicious taste of Chick-fil-A chicken throughout the day instead just lunch and dinner” with a distinctive Southern twist, said Shona Jonson, a senior manager on Chick-fil-A’s menu team.