The title pretty much says it all. A Canada man was stabbed outside the York Hotel in Toronto. Rather than going immediately to a hospital, the man returned to the bar inside to finish his drink. “He’s got a minor poke to his chest, but he’s not giving us any details,” said Staff Sgt. Regan James. “You can imagine the level of his concern was not that high.” That’s pretty foodbeast worthy to me. Drink on man! (Thx Draft)
Sometimes, you can cook at home without having to do dishes. No, I’m not talking about when Mom’s home… I’m talking about DiGiorno. For a small investment of time and money, you too can have a tasty, hot pizza in your belly. It’s easy on the pocket and is sure to seal the day up right! For those of you who have yet to experience a DiGiorno… it’s a new year. And don’t forget to throw in a Heineken!
With holiday cheer, comes holiday beer. Been sippin’ on these for the last couple days. Stella Artois is brewed in Belgium and packaged in the Beck’s brewery in Bremen, Germany. The Anno 1366 on the Stella Artois logo refers to the origin of brewing in the city of Leuven. The city’s tax records dated 1366 mention the existence of a local brewpub called Den Hoorn, (‘Hoorn’ in Dutch meaning ‘Horn’ in English, as is represented in the logo on the beer label). The name Artois was coupled to the brewery in 1708, when new owner Sebastian Artois achieved the title of master brewer. Old beer, old taste, O.G.
As Thanksgiving passes and we all gear up for the next big holiday; Christmas, what a better way to decorate your tree this year than with Food and Beverage depicted ornaments. You can eat food around the tree, while looking at food on the tree. It’s a win-win situation. Check out some of these great ornaments after the jump. (Thx Bronners)