It’s no secret that Americans are spending more time inside the office, more time on their mobile devices, and less time outside. As a matter of fact, Americans work some of the longest days of any industrialized country and spend a staggering 11 hours per day on average in front of a screen. So, are we doing any healthy activities anymore? The answer is yes, but the activity may come as a surprise: gardening.
The process of baking bread dates back thousands of years. To this day, bread is still one of the most-consumed foods on the planet. For the Rotella family, like many before them, it’s a way of life. “My family has been baking bread for five generations,” says Louis Rotella, Jr. “My great-grandfather started baking in a little wood-fired oven in Calabria, Italy, in 1850, and we’re still baking today.”
We get it. It’s easy to misspell “Chick-fil-A.” We’ve seen “Chik-fil-a,” “Chickfilet,” “Chick-a-fil” and more. As a matter of fact, there are 362,879 ways you could misspell it (that’s 9 factorial, for you mathematicians), but only one right way: Chick-fil-A.
A picturesque summer day in Chicago was all it took to lure our favorite “Eat Mor Chikin” Cows from greener pastures for a taste of the city life. Against a backdrop of daily commuters on the “L” and the Chicago River, the cows brought a black-and-white message of their own: Cow Appreciation Day was coming, and you better not forget it.
As the saying goes, “You are what you wear,” and that sentiment is particularly close to David Rissier’s heart. That’s because Rissier’s job is to ensure more than 120,000 people feel confident and comfortable as they serve…you guessed it: chicken.
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