5 Reasons You Should Always Buy a Rotisserie Chicken — Shopping

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Have you ever wondered why the readymade, warm-and-waiting-for-you rotisserie chicken at grocery stores is so cheap? At Whole Foods, for example, a rotisserie chicken costs $8.99 on a regular day and just $6.99 on Wednesdays. And here's another fun fact: Costco alone sells something like 70 million a year — and they do so at a financial loss.

So, what gives?

An exhaustive story in Priconomics last year explained that the reason the rotisserie chickens seems so cheap is that they are usually smaller than the similarly priced cold ones in your grocery store's refrigerator section. Even still, we'd argue rotisserie chicken is always a good deal. Here are five reasons why.


What Rent Really Costs in America’s Priciest Zip Codes — Apartment Therapy

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Americans Are Drinking More Alcohol and It’s a “Public Health Crisis” — Food News

American adults' love for alcohol has grown over the past 10 years, a new study finds. The study, published earlier this month in JAMA Psychiatry, found more Americans are partaking in dangerous drinking habits. This phenomenon is seen across the board for adults in the U.S., but especially amongst women whose drinking habits are up by 58 percent. The study calls it "a public health crisis."


The 5 Best Frozen Foods to Cook in Your Instant Pot — Freezer to Table

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There is a lot to love about the Instant Pot, and if you snagged one on Amazon Prime Day you probably already know what I'm talking about. But the one feature that makes cooking more convenient above all else is the ability to use the pressure-cooking function to cook foods straight from the freezer. That's right — no defrosting necessary. Here are five foods that can be cooked from frozen in your Instant Pot.


10 Glorious Ways to Eat Your Weight in Melon — Recipes from The Kitchn

If, like me, your mission every summer is to eat as much sweet, juicy melon as humanly possible, then there's no reason to stop now. Summer's not over and there's still a lot of fresh melon to be had. If you've had your fill of eating those thick-cut slices of watermelon out of hand, know that there are still a lot of ways to put one of summer's sweetest fruits to work.

From watermelon s'mores to two-ingredient sherbet, here are 10 sweet and juicy ways to get your fill of melon.


Here’s How to Save Even More Money at IKEA — Apartment Therapy

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