There’s something about cool weather that makes you want to cozy up with a hot mug of well, anything. Chick-fil-A Chef Christy Cook’s Warm Ambrosia Cider is sure to hit the spot. Using Chick-fil-A® Lemonade as the base– a departure from the usual apple cider– this sweet, spiced beverage is the perfect way to warm up a crowd throughout the fall and winter.
Sometimes you don’t know a good thing until it’s gone. At least that’s how some Chick-fil-A customers felt when the Spicy Chicken Biscuit rolled off the menu in 2016 to make way for new offerings, like the creamy Frosted Coffee and the Egg White Grill breakfast sandwich.
We know you love Chick-fil-A. And guess what? The feeling is mutual. Turns out there’s so much love around here that hearts are popping up all over Chick-fil-A restaurants. Waffle fries that look like heart emojis: Coincidence? We think not. Sandwiches that say “I Love You”? Consider that a Valentine’s Day card from us.
What exactly does a James Beard Award-nominated chef cook at home? For Atlanta-based chef Ford Fry, home is where he’s serving up one of the year’s hottest food trends: “supper bowls,” one-dish meals that combine all the ingredients into one bowl.
Chef Ford Fry’s restaurants JCT Kitchen, The Optimist, Beetlecat and Marcel have helped him soar to culinary stardom, renowned by honors from James Beard and Bon Appetit. But to be delicious and crowd pleasing, the humble restaurateur says food doesn’t need to be complicated.
When Atlanta-based restaurateur Ford Fry cooks at home, he’s looking for meals that are healthy, while not skimping on flavor. He uses the tastes of Southeast Asia to bring a lot of pop to the taste buds without added calories or fats.
Despite its tricky name, quinoa has become one of the world’s most popular foods. The star in dishes from high-end restaurants to family kitchen tables, the best part about this good grain may not lie in the vitamin count.