Growing up, Chick-fil-A Chef Christy Cook found her cooking inspiration in many places ¾in her backyard, where she gathered colorful ingredients to make mud pies for her mom and grandma to “enjoy;” and in her playroom, where she used a small oven to toast bread, watching alongside her mom as the butter melted.
Para muchos de nosotros, la jornada termina cuando el sol se pone. Para otros, apenas comienza. Cada mañana, Erika Toraya, una maestra voluntaria, prepara materiales de arte para su clase en el Instituto Braille, mientras que Jessica Ferreira, una enfermera, sale del hospital luego de haber trabajado toda la noche.
What’s it like to work at a Chick-fil-A restaurant? Team Members will tell you there are perks, from delicious food on the ready and Sundays off to close teams and scholarships. But don’t take our word for it.
Robert Malone had grown tired of seeing negative news coverage of the young boys in his community outside of Washington, D.C. constantly involved in violence. When he asked himself what he could do to make a change in this pattern, a spark was ignited inside of him. He knew so many upstanding men in his community, men with good hearts and good intentions, and he decided to mobilize them to inspire these kids and lead them to a better future.
Throughout his childhood, Chick-fil-A Chef Wing Lau watched his parents work in kitchens at Chinese restaurants, after traveling to the U.S. from Hong Kong when he was only 5-years-old. Over time, he observed them and picked up culinary skills and techniques that would later serve him well — how to hold a knife, break down a chicken and clean a fish — but what really stuck with him was something else: the hard work.