Picture this: You’re hungry and you pull up to your favorite restaurant, only to discover that it’s closed for renovations for a few months. Your stomach grumbles. Your chicken sandwich dreams begin to fade. That is, until you notice another restaurant beside it made from… shipping containers? That’s exactly what happened after the Newnan Dwarf House closed its little red door on March 24.
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.
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.
No matter who you are, food is a constant need and a source of comfort. John Moeller understands this better than most. During his career as a White House chef, he prepared countless meals for many people, most frequently and most notably, the first families of three different administrations.
Chick-fil-A restaurants have seen their share of homecoming proposals and promposals, but Chick-fil-A of South Mopac in Austin, Texas, recently played host to something even more special: a marriage proposal. During dinner on March 27, Nick Stanford dropped to one knee to ask for Sarah Lloyd’s hand in marriage. She said yes, and the two will start a new chapter in a relationship that began when they were just three years old.
It’s official: Baseball season is in full-swing. For the next six months, 30 teams will each play 162 long, strategy-filled games of bat-and-ball with the hopes of advancing to the playoffs and becoming World Series champions.
It all began with a request for a week off from work. Not long after Jared Malavolti was promoted to team leader at his hometown Chick-fil-A, he asked for time off to participate in a five-day relay run that would take him from Peoria, Ill., to Memphis, Tenn. – and back.