#FOODNews: How to get FREE cheesecake, Pizza Hut is going to start delivering beer, and Guy Calls Pop-Tart & Cheese Sandwich an “Iowa Tradition;” Angers Iowa
Want free cheesecake? Here's how to get it from The Cheesecake Factory
The Cheesecake Factory is in the holiday spirit.
You can get a free slice of the company's namesake dessert today, thanks to its "Day of 10,000 Slices" offer.
To take advantage of this one-day-only deal, you must place a delivery order through the on-demand food delivery service DoorDash and enter the special code "10000SLICES" at checkout.
The company says there's no minimum order amount required, but it is only one complimentary slice per household - so there'll likely be some sharing.
Pizza Hut Is Going to Start Delivering Beer
Pizza Hut is always looking for ways to get more of the pizza delivery market share, but this move almost seems UNFAIR. Now they're going to get you to pick them over Domino's, Papa John's, and the rest by bringing you BEER.
They just started testing beer delivery in Phoenix, where you can order six packs along with your pizza . . . with no extra charges or fees. And they're planning to expand the delivery program to other cities, quote, "quickly."
They're the first major pizza chain in America to offer alcohol delivery.
Guy Calls Pop-Tart & Cheese Sandwich an “Iowa Tradition;” Angers Iowa
Iowa State University student Chris Jorgenson tweeted a photo of a slice of cheese between two Pop-Tarts last week and captioned it, “You ain’t from Iowa if you never had one of these.“ The tweet went viral and Iowans were quick to distance themselves from Jordensen’s words. “On behalf of Iowa, this man is not from Iowa. Passing to Wisconsin since they’re the cheese state,“ one wrote. Another declared, “As an Iowan who has been drunk and high at the same time, I know for a fact that I’d never eat something like this.“ Even the Iowa State Police got involved by jokingly tweeting that Jorgensen was under arrest. Jorgensen told The Des Moines Register on Monday that he was just joking and had no idea that his tweet would garner so much attention. “I think I’ve done some damage to the state of Iowa,“ he quipped.