HST EXCLUSIVE (aka I just found out in the drive-thru today): Arby’s has officially switched to Coke products

So I decided to do some research, and very quietly last summer it was announced that Arby’s would indeed be switching to Coke products sometime in the first quarter of 2018. That day was evidently today. Continue reading HST EXCLUSIVE (aka I just found out in the drive-thru today): Arby’s has officially switched to Coke products

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HOTSPROTSTAKES Pod 17: @ChaseRuttig joins to talk NBA, The Big 3, how dumb FS1 and NBCSN are, and the difference in Canadian and American fast food

This week we’re talking the craziness that was the NBA on Wednesday between the Phil Jackson-Knicks breakup and the Chris Paul trades; how dumb Fox Sports and NBCSN are for their recent decisions in how they cover sports; and we discuss the differences in Canadian and American fast food. Continue reading HOTSPROTSTAKES Pod 17: @ChaseRuttig joins to talk NBA, The Big 3, how dumb FS1 and NBCSN are, and the difference in Canadian and American fast food

Today, Halo Burger Reinvents the Burger Game…Again.

Seven days without Halo Burger makes one weak. That’s what the Holy Cow logo says at least. If you’re not from the Flint-Metro area, you’ve probably abused your taste buds by never having the delicious, fresh, American-made taste of a Halo Burger hamburger. Started in 1923 by the genius himself, Bill Thomas, in Flint, Michigan, Halo Burger is a staple of the Vehicle City. With … Continue reading Today, Halo Burger Reinvents the Burger Game…Again.

Let’s Stop Pretending Little Caesars has No Credibility 

Okay.

Bare with me here, because I can already see the pizza-elitists typing between their bites of Sicilian-style, thinned crusted $18 slice.

Little Caesars is NOT the pizza you introduce to your parents, or who you tell your friends you took home last night.

But man, sometimes you’ve gotta have that cheap rebound to appreciate the real quality pie.

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