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Aries Today you should keep your wits about you when it comes to possessions that are very valuable to you. Some losses of valuable possessions are indicated today. In general today keep a mental inventory of your precious objects and make sure they are safe.Taurus The fear of being in personal danger may force you to take some security precautions. Be careful as the chance of an attack or break in is relatively high. Keep all the doors and windows of your house closed and make sure they are locked at night. At this time it is advisable not to let any strangers enter your house. When venturing out of house, make sure you secure the premises.Gemini A social get-together in the evening will serve an important purpose. Maybe an important deal will be finalised or a project could come to you. It could even be that you meet someone special! Whatever the situation be, just trust your judgment, even if you cannot explain why you think what you think.Cancer This is a good day for building relationships. Try planning something unique with those whom you love and surprise them! Why do not you try going home a little early and then go for a short outing, just being together? Do something different and see how it rejuvenates you today. This exercise is much needed after the cold wars of the past few days and will bring harmony to your relationships. These are general horoscope predictions based on the sun signs. For a more personalised prediction based on your birth chart, speak to India's renowned astrologers only at astroYogi.com. Click here to proceed. Leo Money, recognition and success are all yours for the taking at this time. It`s time to enjoy everything that comes your way. After all, you have worked hard for the all the rewards that life is giving you these days. There will be time for work later; right now, simply revel in it all and bask in the glory of your achievements. Congratulate yourself!Virgo Today it is indicated that you are likely to lose things. Keep extra special track of your keys and other necessary items today. Follow your normal routine and put things back where you always keep them. Becoming distracted and breaking your routine today will only lead to more hassles and headaches.Libra Today may find you hitting the dance floor with your friends as you are inclined to be very social at this time. Relationships are following a positive trend these days, so today you will find you gain much happiness from those around you. Spend as much time as possible today in the company of your friends and loved ones.Scorpio Your relationship with an older person may come under some strain. If you are stuck in the middle of a big struggle, you can tell that now is the time to call for a settlement of some kind - or at least for negotiations to begin. Keep a control over your tongue and don`t say anything you might regret later. Sagittarius You may experience a sudden change in your fortune today. Suddenly, it will seem like you attract attention no matter what you do! Your colourful, playful way of dealing with people and situations will attract new friends and even some business connections. You could even try your luck at lottery today as everything seems to be going in your favour!These are general horoscope predictions based on the sun signs. For a more personalised prediction based on your birth chart, speak to India's renowned astrologers only at astroYogi.com. Click here to proceed. Capricorn A special honour may come your way today. This should not come as a surprise to you; after all, you are well-liked and appreciated. The honour may be as small as a piece of praise from your superior at work or as a promotion or even an award. Accept it graciously and let it be a light to guide your path ahead. Aquarius Today you will actually be the recipient of some accolades that you were not even expecting. Perhaps you engaged in a selfless act that you though no one noticed. Perhaps you worked extra hard at work and did not realize your boss was watching you so closely. Either way, you will be very glad when praise is heaped on you and your kind or diligent efforts are recognized and rewarded.Pisces Today you may find yourself in the limelight and will be the recipient of much attention and adulation from others. You can revel in the attention you receive today as you earned it through your talents and your charm! Don`t go overboard and start to gloat, for it will surely turn your newfound fans against you! * Dailyhoroscopes * Astrology
When you don't have to worry about dietary restrictions, you can choose from an endless list of weeknight dinners. But for those who are gluten-free—or for any families that have others that are gluten-free—finding a recipe that truly works can be difficult. This is why we rounded up some of our favorite gluten-free recipes for weeknight dinners! From gluten-free pasta, roasted fish and chicken, soups, tacos, and even sushi, here are a few gluten-free recipes we can't get enough of.1 Mushroom CarbonaraWith a decent gluten-free pasta, you can make any of your favorite dishes—including a creamy mushroom carbonara. The base of this mushroom carbonara is cheese, egg, and dry white wine. It's a great recipe to use up your leftover white wine—or an excuse to open a bottle and enjoy a glass of white while you cook!Get our recipe for Mushroom Carbonara.2 Grilled Salmon with Chermoula ChickpeasEating gluten-free is a lot easier if you replace gluttonous items with naturally gluten-free products—like chickpeas. Chickpeas are a great source of carbohydrates and protein. Plus, they're rich in dietary fiber. This grilled salmon with chickpeas is an easy weeknight meal you can whip up in less than 30 minutes and burst with flavor.Get our recipe for Grilled Salmon with Chermoula Chickpeas.3 Thai-Style Tofu and Butternut Squash CurryCooking for a crowd means dealing with dietary restrictions. Need to cook for friends that are vegan, vegetarian, dairy-free, or gluten-free? This tofu butternut squash curry checks off all the boxes. Between the plant-based coconut milk, the tofu, and the jasmine rice, this butternut squash curry works well for anyone who's coming over for dinner.Get our recipe for Thai-Style Tofu and Butternut Squash Curry.4 Shrimp in Tomato-Olive-Caper Sauce with PolentaSnag gluten-free cornmeal to make this shrimp in polenta, a flavorful weeknight dinner you can throw together in less than 30 minutes. This decadent sauce uses a white-wine base, the perfect excuse to open a bottle and enjoy a glass while you cook!Get our recipe for Shrimp in Tomato-Olive-Caper Sauce with Polenta. 5 Roast Chicken and Vegetables with Fall SpicesThere's something about the smell of roasting chicken, potatoes, and butternut squash that make you nostalgic for fall. It reminds you of crisp fall days, huddled up with sweaters, sipping on a cup of warm soup, and enjoying a flavorful roast. This roast chicken with vegetables is naturally gluten-free and low in calories.Get our recipe for Roast Chicken and Vegetables with Fall Spices. 6 Oven "Fried" Chicken with Spinach SaladA quality gluten-free breadcrumb mix really can go a long way! This chicken is oven "fried", which essentially means you roast it in the oven until the chicken is crispy. Served with a fresh spinach salad, this oven-fried chicken is the perfect gluten-free alternative to the beloved fried chicken.Get our recipe for Gluten-Free Oven Fried Chicken with Baby Spinach Salad. 7 Peanut Noodles with Seared BeefJust because you're gluten-free doesn't mean noodle bowls are a thing of the past. This peanut noodles with seared beef will satisfy your noodle bowl craving—made with gluten-free spaghetti and loaded with vegetables in a peanut butter sauce.Get our recipe for Peanut Noodles with Seared Beef. 8 Turkey and White Bean ChiliUnless a chili is thickened with a flour-base, most chili is naturally gluten-free. This recipe is one of them—made with dark-meat turkey, beans, green chiles, and loaded with vegetables. Top this turkey and white bean chili with toppings like red onion, jalapeño, and avocado for a bowl bursting with flavor.Get our recipe for Turkey and White Bean Chili. 9 Sautéed Pork Chops with Kale SaladIf you're not careful, pork chops can dry out pretty quickly. Perfecting a pork chop is all about properly seasoning and cooking it. This pork chops and kale salad recipe will have you cooking the juiciest chops ever. Plus, this recipe is naturally gluten-free.Get our recipe for Sautéed Pork Chops with Kale Salad. 10 Macaroni and Cheese with Chard and Sage BreadcrumbsNo mushy gluten-free noodles here! This gluten-free macaroni and cheese recipe will satisfy that craving you've had for this creamy dish. This gluten-free macaroni and cheese is packed with chard—which brings a lot of great nutrients to this dish—and topped with a flavorful sage breadcrumb.Get our recipe for Gluten-Free Macaroni and Cheese with Chard and Sage Breadcrumbs. 11 BBQ Chicken Sheet Pan DinnerWhile this combination is one of our favorites, you really could try any combination that you desire. Not a fan of broccoli? Try adding some asparagus spears, Brussels sprouts, or green beans. Don't like sweet potato? Roast up some regular potato bits, or even some chickpeas or cauliflower florets! And if you don't want BBQ chicken, try roasting up some steak or salmon instead. All are gluten-free!Get our recipe for BBQ Chicken Sheet Pan Dinner.12 Chicken Tacos with Salsa VerdeThese chicken tacos with salsa verde are not only delicious, but they are also a much healthier alternative to their chain-restaurant counterpart. Plus, thanks to the corn tortillas, they are gluten-free. So get cooking and indulge!Get our recipe for Chicken Tacos with Salsa Verde. 13 Honey-Mustard Glazed Salmon with Grilled AsparagusWhy blow the cash and the heavy caloric toll on a meal you can prepare at home in less time than it takes to order out? Plus, if you ever hope to get a kid to eat fish, this 3-minute sauce (which goes great on shrimp, scallops, and chicken, as well) is the key to this grilled salmon recipe.Get our recipe for Honey-Mustard Glazed Salmon with Grilled Asparagus. 14 Baked Chicken with Tomatoes and CapersThis baked chicken breast recipe will have you roasting the meat with tomatoes and capers, then olive oil bastes the chicken in a savory broth; this will keep the meat moist and ultimately provide it with both a chunky, textured topping and an intensely satisfying sauce to pour all over the top. Plus, you'll save more than just calories—you'll save time on cleanup!Get our recipe for Baked Chicken with Tomatoes and Capers. 15 JambalayaBy decreasing the rice ratio (or even swapping out with quinoa for a gluten-free alternative) and increasing the produce and protein, this jambalaya recipe cuts the calories and carbs dramatically. Don't worry though: it still has enough soul (and flavor) to satisfy the most discerning Creole critics.Get our recipe for Jambalaya.16 Teriyaki Pork Chops with Sautéed ApplesThis pork is soaked in a sweet, garlicky teriyaki marinade, and the apples are sautéed with ginger and Chinese spices, making for a perfect, sophisticated, yin-yang partnership (cue prolonged Homer drooling noise). These teriyaki pork chops are easy enough to throw together on any given busy Tuesday night, but they're seemingly fancy enough to serve to dinner guests on a special Saturday.Get our recipe for Teriyaki Pork Chops with Sautéed Apples. 17 Margarita ChickenOur version of margarita chicken, a meal that you can have on the table in 20 minutes, contains all the same bells and whistles (Cheese! Salsa! Sizzle!), minus all the added calories and dollars spent on eating at a restaurant.Get our recipe for Margarita Chicken. 18 Smoky Ribs in a BBQ Peach SauceIt starts in the oven, where spice-rubbed ribs are slow-roasted until tender. From there they go to the grill for a concentrated blast of hickory smoke. Finish with a barbecue sauce spiked with bourbon and peach, and you have a ribs recipe any barbecue baron could respect.Get our recipe for Smoky Ribs in a BBQ Peach Sauce. 19 Chicken PizzaioliTo lighten things up without losing flavor, we ditch the breading (which gets soggy underneath the sauce anyway) and sear the chicken rather than fry it. A ladle of red sauce and a thin layer of bubbling mozzarella rounds the dish out—without rounding you out.Get our recipe for Chicken Pizzaioli. 20 Lamb Chops with Tzatziki SauceLamb has long been a second-class citizen in American households, a meat you turn to maybe once a year when you've grown tired of chicken and beef. Too bad, since lamb is not only jam-packed with flavor and easy to cook, but surprisingly lean when you work with the right cutsGet our recipe for Lamb Chops with Tzatziki Sauce. 21 Seared Scallops with White Beans and SpinachThere's no need to wait for a special occasion to dig into seared scallops. They're best served with simple and substantial ingredients that bring out their natural, subtle taste. They're a tremendous source of lean protein, super-easy to cook, and stack up well with bold and subtle flavors alike. Learn to properly sear a scallop (hint: make sure the scallop is very dry and the pan is very hot) and you'll be won over.Get our recipe for Seared Scallops with White Beans and Spinach. 22 Cheese and Chorizo Stuffed JalapeñosIn this healthy stuffed jalapeños recipe, we pull back on quantity and add in quality ingredients that will pack a flavorful punch and harness the heat of the jalapeños, rather than slathering it in unnecessary fat and calories.Get our recipe for Cheese and Chorizo Stuffed Jalapeños. 23 Seared Ahi Tuna in Ginger-Scallion SauceWe add bok choy to make this a more nutritious, substantial dish, but any green vegetable (spinach, broccoli, asparagus, kale, string beans, etc.) will do. But trust us, whatever you do, don't skip the ginger-scallion sauce, a ubiquitous condiment good enough to make a pair of old socks into a scrumptiously memorable meal.Get our recipe for Seared Ahi Tuna in Ginger-Scallion Sauce. 24 Mexican-Style CornIt makes for a great summer treat or as a side dish to an outdoor picnic (or indoor for that matter). Plus, it's so tasty, you (and any finicky eaters you know) may not even notice that you're technically eating a vegetable…Get our recipe for Mexican-Style Corn. 25 Creamy Mushroom ChickenChicken buried in mushrooms and cream is the type of dish that's at home in a country kitchen as it is in an upscale urban restaurant. We take cues from both ends of the spectrum: brown mushrooms and chicken stock from the country, a touch of sherry and some dried mushrooms from the city. The combination of Greek yogurt and half-and-half gives the sauce richness and a lovely velvety texture without weighing it down in this creamy mushroom chicken recipe.Get our recipe for Creamy Mushroom Chicken. RELATED: Your ultimate supermarket survival guide is here!26 Mussels in White WinePacked with protein, omega-3s, and a cache of energy-boosting B vitamins, shellfish make an ideal way to start a meal, or simply add a salad to the side, and you can call it a full meal for dinner. Build a flavor base with onions, garlic, and other aromatics, then add the mussels and enough liquid to create some steam. Cover and cook until they pop open, about 5 minutes or so. And make sure you have plenty of crusty bread for dunking in the sumptuous broth at the bottom of the bowl. No leftovers left behind!Get our recipe for Mussels in White Wine. 27 Provençal ChickenThis is the type of simple, healthy, satisfying dish that gives Mediterranean cooking its reputation as the perfect fusion of flavor and nutrition. All of the key components—white wine, tomatoes, olives, herbs—have the distinct advantage of being both intensely flavorful and incredibly good for you. Truth be told, we're not really sure if people in Provence eat their chicken like this, but it has the soul of southern France in every bite.Get our recipe for Provençal Chicken. 28 CioppinoThis is a very fast, very delicious cioppino recipe, combining a full roster of nutritional superstars: tomatoes, garlic, wine, herbs, and lots of fresh seafood. Cioppino is great for a dinner party!Get our recipe for Cioppino. 29 Kung Pao ChickenA real kung pao has a kick, loaded with dried chiles that imbue the mash-up with a capsaicin glow. But in most versions across the restaurant and takeout spectrum, the heat takes a backseat to Chinese-American food's more dominant flavor profile: fat plus salt. This Kung Pao chicken recipe puts the heat back in the driver's seat and kicks quite a few calories to the curb.Get our recipe for Kung Pao Chicken. 30 Basque ChickenThis dish combines some of the great flavors of northern Spain—smoked paprika, sweet peppers, piquant chorizo in a slow-cooked stew that could warm even the most frigid of souls.Get our recipe for Basque Chicken. 31 Chicken AdoboChicken adobo is a staple of the Philippines, a dish so delicious and simple that it's a wonder it's not a weekday standard in houses across America. The key is to reduce the sauce down to a syrup thick enough to cling to the chicken and infuse your meal with a huge jolt of savory garlic-soy flavor.Get our recipe for Chicken Adobo. 32 Pork Chops with Balsamic-Honey GlazeWhen it comes to quality ingredients worth splurging on, heirloom pork is certainly at the top of our list. Luckily, many small farmers are starting to raise heirloom varieties of pigs like Red Wattle, Berkshire, and Mangalitsa. Plus, it's packed with amino acids and nutrients and can be quiet good for your health, especially when picking the leaner pieces.Get our recipe for Pork Chops with Balsamic-Honey Glaze. 33 Sushi BurgersSushi burgers or "rice burgers" have also been popping up in restaurants everywhere from Australia to NYC. Can't find one near you? We've got you covered! Here's how to make an easy, delicious, and waist-friendly version of the latest trending foodie obsession using good-for-you ingredients like antioxidant-loaded sesame oil and fiber-packed brown rice.Get our recipe for Sushi Burgers. 34 Grilled Hoisin Beef KebabsHumble grill masters expertly char skewered food of all shapes and sizes: plump meatballs, tiny cherry tomatoes, even pure chicken skin that crisps up like potato chips. Though we never had this exact kebab there, the flavors are true to the spirit of Yakitori Alley; we hope the grill masters there would approve.Get our recipe for Grilled Hoisin Beef Kebabs. 35 Portobello Mushroom "Pizzas" with Sausage, Bell Pepper, and BasilCraving pizza, but trying to keep it low-carb? Use portobello mushrooms! Fill up those mushroom caps with all of your favorite pizza ingredients to make a flavorful portobello mushroom pizzas, and skip all the carbs. These portobello mushroom pizzas are also great for meal prepping if you're looking for something easy to whip up for the week ahead.Get our recipe for Portobello Mushroom "Pizzas" with Sausage, Bell Pepper, and Basil.36 Chicken Zoodle SoupChicken noodle soup is the ultimate comfort food, especially during the cold weather months. We've made our special light version by swapping in zucchini noodles for regular noodles, which makes this recipe gluten-free, paleo, and Whole30-approved.Get our recipe for Chicken Zoodle Soup. 37 Zuppa ToscanaBetween the fatty sausage and bacon, the potatoes, and the nutrient-dense kale, having a cup of this Zuppa Toscana will truly leave you feeling full for hours. Plus by making it in your Instant Pot, you'll have numerous cups of soup that you can meal prep and pack for the week ahead.Get our recipe for Zuppa Toscana. 38 Beef Burrito BowlsDeconstruct a classic burrito bowl, remove grains and dairy, and you'll get this satisfying and healthy beef burrito bowl. We're using cauliflower rice instead of regular rice, and rely on spices and vegetables to punch up the flavors. A quick "guacamole" on top provides healthy fats and rounds out this clean lunch that is paleo– and Whole30-compliant.Get our recipe for Beef Burrito Bowls. 39 Smoky Paprika Roast Chicken with Green BeansDeconstruct a classic burrito bowl, remove grains and dairy, and you'll get this satisfying and healthy beef burrito bowl. We're using cauliflower rice instead of regular rice, and rely on spices and vegetables to punch up the flavors. A quick "guacamole" on top provides healthy fats and rounds out this clean lunch that is paleo– and Whole30-compliant.Get our recipe for Smoky Paprika Roast Chicken with Green Beans. 40 Black Bean OmeletOmelets for dinner? why not! They are naturally gluten-free and packed with all kinds of delicious (and nutritious) fillings—like black beans and cheese!Get our recipe for a Black Bean Omelet. 41 Chicken Burger with Sun-Dried Tomato AioliWe've gone ahead and helped you out by reinventing the chicken burger, using a lean grind of meat and a hugely flavorful—but surprisingly low-calorie—spiked mayo to deliver on the promise of a truly healthy burger you can happily indulge in. To keep it gluten-free, simply opt for gluten-free buns. Or eat the burgers on a salad!Get our recipe for Chicken Burgers with Sun-Dried Tomato Aioli.42 Turkey Sloppy JoeThe best part about sloppy joes is that everything you need is likely already in your pantry and spice cabinet, gathering dust, waiting for a chance to shine. Open a can, measure out a few spices (if you have children, employ them as your sous chefs), and you'll have a crowd-pleasing dinner on the table in about 15 minutes. Just swap the buns for something gluten-free and you're good to go!Get our recipe for the Turkey Sloppy Joe.43 Grilled Mahi Mahi with Salsa VerdeThis, the Italian version, is based on parsley, anchovies, capers, and lemon juice, a bright herbal punch that pairs especially well with the smoke and char of a grill.Get our recipe for Grilled Mahi Mahi with Salsa Verde. 44 Pork Tenderloin with Pineapple SalsaBesides being nearly as lean as white meat chicken (a 3-ounce portion of cooked pork tenderloin has only 3 grams of fat), pork also boasts an impressive array of nutrients, including more than a third of a day's dose of selenium, a trace mineral shown to be effective in cancer prevention.Get our recipe for Pork Tenderloin with Pineapple Salsa. 45 Grilled Caesar SaladThis recipe transforms the high-calorie dressing into a lighter vinaigrette and adds substance, flavor, and nutrition in the form of sun-dried tomatoes and olives. Think of this as the Caesar salad, reimagined.Get our recipe for Grilled Caesar Salad. 46 Chicken Fried RiceThe name says it all: One of the most nutritionally dubious staples (white rice) combined with the most treacherous technique (frying). The calorie counts are predictably stratospheric; even a small scoop used as a base for a stir-fry will run around 500 calories. More important, it contains little to no true nutrition. Our recipe turns fried rice on its head, relying on a ton of fresh vegetables, considerably less rice, and a bit of oil for crisping it up.Get our recipe for Chicken Fried Rice. 47 Chicken in Red WineCoq au vin, as it's known in France, is one of the world's great dishes and all it takes to create it is a whole chicken, half a bottle of wine, and a few vegetables. A slow cooker makes matters even easier, but a good old-fashioned pot will do, too for this classic chicken in red wine recipe.Get our recipe for Chicken in Red Wine. 48 Chicken MeatballsWith those bold flavors, plus the char of a hot charcoal grill, you won't need a fat-heavy mix of meat, or even a pile of spaghetti, to make an outstanding dinner with this chicken meatballs recipe. Serve them with steamed rice, cucumbers, maybe a bit of sauce, and big lettuce leaves for wrapping and let everyone make their own Asian-style burrito.Get our recipe for Chicken Meatballs. 49 Bloody Mary Skirt SteakThis marinade could do magic on chicken and pork as well, but the bold flavors of a Bloody seem to pair best with a hunk of grilled beef. Serve with grilled asparagus and roasted potatoes for a near-perfect meal. It is an easy brunch or simple dinner idea when you want a nice mix of protein, vegetables, and healthy carbs. Plus, it requires very minimal prep work for a big boost in flavor.Get our recipe for Bloody Mary Skirt Steak. Read more: 100 Most Delicious Recipes Anyone Can Make
Despite reports that the pandemic has begun to flatten, cases of coronavirus are rising in more than half the country, data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows.New cases of COVID-19 are up by 5% in at least 26 states, based on a seven-day average as of Sunday, CNBC reported today based on CDC data compiled by Johns Hopkins. That's up from 12 states a week ago.Cases are rising in many Midwestern states, including Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, North Dakota and South Dakota. While cases in the South are off their peak, they're still rising in states like Alabama (which reported a 53% increase from a week ago) and South Carolina (up 15% week over week).Other states where cases are up: Alaska, Arkansas, Delaware, Hawaii, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Montana, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia and Wisconsin. Read on, and to get through this pandemic at your healthiest, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus. Midwest a new coronavirus hotspotTwo weeks ago, CDC director Dr. Robert Redfield said the Midwest was "getting stuck" in its progress against the virus."We're starting to see some of the cases now in the red zone areas are falling, but if you look at those states that are in what we call the yellow zone, between 5% and 10%, they're not falling, so middle America right now is getting stuck," he told Dr. Howard Bauchner of the Journal of the American Medical Association. "We don't need to have a third wave in the heartland right now."RELATED: Everything Dr. Fauci Has Said About CoronavirusNationwide, the seven-day average of new cases is 42,100, CNBC says. That's down from the more than 70,000 daily cases the nation was reporting at the pandemic's peak in late July, but more than double the average number of daily cases in early June. And it's still higher than what health officials consider acceptable. Redfield said he would like to see the number of daily cases below 10,000.Over the weekend, the U.S. hit 6 million reported coronavirus cases since the beginning of the pandemic, with more than 183,000 deaths. Coronavirus rising on campus, worldwideHealth officials are looking warily toward this fall, as the weather cools and people head back indoors, where the virus spreads more easily. Many expected the number of cases to spike as students returned to school, and several universities have already canceled in-person classes after coronavirus broke out on campus only weeks into the semester.The Washington Post reported on Friday that a second wave of coronavirus has hit Europe, where cases are surging in France, Germany and Spain. But the death rate so far is lower than it was in the spring, and newer victims of the virus have needed less medical treatment.As for yourself, do everything you can to prevent getting—and spreading—COVID-19 in the first place: Mask up, get tested if you think you have coronavirus, avoid crowds (and bars, and house parties), practice social distancing, only run essential errands, wash your hands regularly, disinfect frequently touched surfaces, and to get through this pandemic at your healthiest, don't miss these 21 Subtle Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus.
Most trips to Costco are well-intentioned. You go in for some grocery items with a short list, but end up leaving with a wide assortment of random things you found and couldn't pass up. With numerous departments and products to choose from, a trip to Costco can have you buying fruit and planning for your own funeral, as the store sells an assortment of coffins and urns for the event. Many of these unusual Costco items fit in with what you would expect to find at the store, but some leave you scratching your head, wondering how they even wound up on the shelves. Here are a few of our favorite unusual Costco items.1 50 pounds of Pecorino Romano For the serious cheese lovers out there—who also happen to be pretty strong—Costco has the item for you. The warehouse club sells a 50-pound wheel of Pecorino Romano, made from fresh Italian sheep's milk. The cheese is then aged for seven to nine months before it's ready for consumption—massive consumption—as it weighs about as much as the average male bulldog.2 A smart mailbox There's Smart cars, smart homes, and now, smart mailboxes. Costco's Danby Parcel Guard Smart Mailbox is only available to members. It's weather-resistant, iOS and Android compatible, a motion sensor with a live stream camera, an anti-theft drop slot for packages, and has a one-year premium cloud service included. While owners might feel a bit like Big Brother, they also probably feel pretty relieved knowing their online purchases will be delivered securely.3 The Las Vegas Golden Knights signed jerseyThe Las Vegas Golden Knights have only been a professional hockey team for three seasons so far, but fans of the sport and the team are clamoring for any merchandise they can get of the newest NHL team, including this autographed jersey that Costco sells for $1,999.99. The jersey comes from the team's inaugural 2017-2018 season, when they won the Western Conference in their first year as a team and is autographed by every member of the team. The Las Vegas Golden Knights might not be everyone's team of choice, and for that, Costco has a whole section of its website dedicated to selling additional sports memorabilia.4 A very pricy ring It's been said that a prospective fiance should spend two months' salary on an engagement ring for their loved one. Going off of that, if you make nearly $2 million a year, then Costco has a perfectly-priced ring for you. The store sells a round brilliant ring with a 6.55 carat diamond, costing $329,999.99. Costco sells the rings in a size 7, and does not provide a resizing service, but said the ring is adjustable to any finger size. They also sell an assortment of rings at more affordable prices.5 D'Artagnan Spanish Mangalica Dry Cured Ham International travel is on hold for an unknown amount of time due to COVID-19, but through the Costco meat department, you can imagine you're enjoying ocean views in Barcelona while slicing into a nearly $500 cut of ham. Each 9.25 slab of meat is handcrafted by Spanish charcutiers, and require no preparation except thinly slicing it.For even more grocery store tips, be sure to sign up for our newsletter.6 Full Service Travel Medicine Consultation Program On the other hand, if you are looking to get out of town, Costco has you covered on that front as well. In a store that sells nearly everything, it only makes sense that they're trying to keep customers in tip-top health while they're abroad. The store's Full Service Travel Medicine Consultation Program, which costs $39.99, is currently only available for customers in California, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Oregon, Texas, Washington, and Wisconsin. But if you live in one of those states and have ever been concerned about what vaccines you need before you travel abroad, Costco can help alleviate those anxieties.7 Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory Deluxe TowerIf you're like me and you have a nightly sweet tooth, the more than 41 pieces of chocolate (and caramel popcorn) included in the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory Deluxe Tower could just possibly be the answer for a few of your late night hankerings based on the huge amount of chocolate included alone. Costco sells the five-box tower for $59.99, with more than three pounds of chocolate included within. It's not just chocolate bars either—there's a wide variety included within the tower, from dark chocolate ganache squares to chocolate covered pretzels to a four-ounce piece of fudge.Read more: 30 Best Wines You Can Buy at Costco
We are just a few days away from Labor Day weekend, which means sales are either already in full swing or on the brink of starting. However, this year you may not be able to score an epic deal on a brand new electric stove as you had originally anticipated. Why? The pandemic has caused a major shortage of several home appliances.While Labor Day weekend sales historically haven't been as impressive as those offered on other holidays such as Black Friday, Independence Day, and Memorial Day, the weekend offers shoppers an opportunity to save a considerable amount of cash on more expensive items.Still, the New York Post reports that the end-of-summer blowout sale won't be as exciting this year because of the effects coronavirus has had on consumer behavior. Big kitchen appliances such as gas and electric stoves, refrigerators, and dishwashers are currently in short supply at the factory level because so many people have used their extra funds—that likely would have been spent on travel and other fun activities—to renovate and redecorate their homes. This year many stores don't have enough home appliances in stock to run promotions on.For example, GE appliances offered discounted prices on about 330 appliance models last year, but this year that number has dropped to just 25—and that's excluding washers, dryers, and dishwashers."We are spending 50 percent less on advertising this time of year than we did last year," John Carey, owner of Designer Appliances in New Jersey, told The Post. "If the manufacturers know they can't fulfill the orders, there is less incentive to try to drive sales at the dealers."Not only are people buying bigger kitchen appliances at higher than average rates this year, but the pandemic has also required factories and warehouses to operate at just 50% capacity to mitigate the spread of coronavirus."We are not over the hump yet," John Taylor, LG spokesperson said to The Post. "The shortages and high demand is expected to continue for several more months."If you want to get a great deal on a stove or refrigerator this Labor Day, you may have to travel to a large home improvement store such as Lowe's and Home Depot to do so, as both places offering a few promotions on kitchen appliances nationwide.For more, check out 15 Essential Walmart Gadgets for Literally Anyone Who Cooks.
The survival of quintessential companies like Coca-Cola is usually taken for granted, even during an unprecedented time like the coronavirus pandemic, during which many businesses are struggling to stay afloat. But the beverage giant is going through a major restructuring in order to remain strong amid declining sales, according to Restaurant Business.The company announced last week that it would be reducing the number of its business units to focus on its most popular products. The move will unfortunately result in thousands of jobs lost at Coca-Cola in several countries. However, the company is offering a buyout to 4,000 workers in the U.S., Canada, and Puerto Rico, and said it would be extending similar deals in other countries. Current job cuts could be the biggest the company has seen in two decades.After discontinuing their beloved line of Odwalla smoothies earlier this summer, the company suggested further product cuts are in the works. "We are shifting to prioritizing fewer but bigger and stronger brands across various consumer needs," chairman and CEO, James Quincey, said on an earnings call in July. However, it remains unclear which products will be directly affected by the reorganization. (Related: There's a Shortage of These Popular Beverages at Grocery Stores.)Out of the company's 400 brands, the smaller ones account for over 50% of the company's portfolio, but only generate around 2% of revenue, Quincey said. The company's new strategy will be focused on further developing products in categories with the greatest growth potential, like the Coca-Cola line, as well as sports drinks, coffees, teas, sparkling water, and plant-based milks. (A prime example: Earlier this month, Coca-Cola announced it will be debuting a new coffee-plus-soda hybrid drink early next year in the U.S.)Don't forget to sign up for our newsletter to get the latest grocery news delivered straight to your inbox. And for more, check out these 108 Most Popular Sodas Ranked by How Toxic They Are.
Walmart is applauded for its everyday low prices, however, there is one category of groceries you should avoid buying regularly at the grocery giant—and that's organic food.It's not that Walmart's organic produce is often recalled or lacks in quality in comparison with other brands—oftentimes it's just more expensive to buy those types of groceries there. It turns out, you can get various organic foods at cheaper price points at Aldi and even Whole Foods, recent findings suggest.The Simple Dollar provided price comparisons of various organic items between Walmart and Whole Foods. The verdict? Walmart charged more for some organic groceries than Whole Foods did for comparable items. For example, a 16-ounce jar of MaraNatha organic peanut butter is close to $5 at Walmart, whereas the same size jar of 365 Everyday Value sells Organic Creamy Peanut Butter at Whole Foods would be closer to just $4. (Related: 15 Best Foods That Pair Well With Peanut Butter).Whole Foods is often referred to as "Whole Paycheck" as its prices tend to skew higher than those at other leading competitors. The chain also sells more luxury items such as aged cheeses, craft beers, and grass-fed beef. However, in some instances (and depending on where you live), the chain may have a lower price tag on organic produce and packaged goods than Walmart.Another example is seeded bread. At Whole Foods, a 22-ounce bag of Organic Sprouted Multigrain bread may cost just $3.99, a 20.5-ounce loaf of Dave's Organic Killer Bread with whole grains and seeds costs $4.56. Five years ago, Kiplinger found that both Trader Joe's and Aldi's were found to have lower prices for organic fruits and vegetables as well as a few other items than Walmart. More recently, CNBC Make It found that out of four grocers—Aldi, Trader Joe's, Whole Foods, and Walmart—Aldi had the best organic produce in terms of quality and price."The best place you can buy organics, and they're continuing to roll out even more, is probably Aldi," Phil Lempert, food industry analyst and editor of SupermarketGuru, told CNBC Make It.So, before you stock up on organic groceries at Walmart, check and see what other grocery stores are offering on the similar, if not the same, products. For more, check out 13 Rookie Walmart Shopping Mistakes You Shouldn't Make.
Sure, you know to look for generic brands and use coupons. But are you saving as much money as possible at Walmart? The chain is known for its low prices, but there's no harm in making sure you're getting the absolute best deal.Here are some easy ways to save money at Walmart, from getting pickup discounts to scoring free shipping. And while you're shopping, check out these 15 Essential Walmart Gadgets for Literally Anyone Who Cooks.1 Download the Walmart appIn addition to helping you create a shopping list, the Walmart app also offers exclusive deals. If you have a smartphone, it's worth it! Not using the Walmart app is just one of the 11 Reasons You're Wasting Money at Walmart.2 Don't overlook Walmart's Great Value brandA lot of the time, Walmart's in-store brand is just as good as the name-brand option. Try Great Value frozen vegetables, pantry staples, and more.Just stay away from The Worst Walmart Great Value Foods.3 Order ahead for store pickupUsing the Walmart website or app, look for items that are labeled "Pickup Discount Eligible." You'll save money, and you won't have to spend time walking around the store finding all of your items.RELATED: Sign up for our newsletter to get daily recipes and food news in your inbox!4 Use the Walmart pharmacyIf you aren't getting your prescriptions filled at Walmart, why not? Walmart offers $4 generic prescriptions for many items, and you can place a pharmacy order for pickup in the Walmart app.5 Use coupons as much as possibleSure, you should always bring manufacturers' coupons to the grocery store. But Walmart, in particular, has a generous coupon policy. Walmart allows for coupon "overages," meaning that if the coupon discount is more than the cost of the item, the difference will be taken off your total bill. It's like being paid to shop!RELATED: Your ultimate restaurant and supermarket survival guide is here!6 Take advantage of free shippingSpend at least $35 at Walmart.com, and you'll get free two-day shipping. It's that easy.7 Get your flu shot at WalmartWith the pandemic still happening, it's especially important to get the flu shot this year. Skip the gas you'd use driving to your doctor's office and get a flu shot at Walmart—it's free with most insurance plans.And if you love the big-box store, check out these 15 Things You Didn't Know About Walmart.8 Take advantage of the price match policyWalmart.com will price-match Amazon, Target, and other online retailers. So you don't have to worry about finding the best deals—you can still shop at Walmart.com with this money-saving guarantee.9 Apply for the Walmart credit cardThere's no annual fee, and you'll earn 5% cashback on Walmart.com and in the Walmart app, along with 2% cashback at Walmart stores.And for more tips, don't miss these 13 Rookie Walmart Shopping Mistakes You Shouldn't Make.10 Use Walmart PayIf time is money, then using Walmart Pay will save you both. Instead of whipping out your credit card, just pay with your phone through the Walmart app. One and done!11 Check Walmart.com prices if you're shopping in storeIf something is listed for a cheaper price on Walmart's website, they'll match the price in-store. (You can check in real-time by pulling up the Walmart website on your smartphone from the store.)12 Know the price tag secretsIf you see a price tag at Walmart that ends in a 1 or 0, that's a final sale item, so you'll want to snatch it up ASAP. Prices that end in other digits could still go on future sales, so keep that in mind if you're waiting for an item to have a lower price.13 Use the Walmart app for easier returnsThis is another time-saving trick that will get you in and out of the store faster. You can use the Walmart app to get a QR code for your return, and you can even skip the line!14 Save $10 on your first grocery pickup orderUse the code WOWFRESH to save $10 off your first Walmart Grocery Pickup&Delivery order of $50 or more.15 Get a free gift from Walmart's baby registrySign up for a baby registry at Walmart, and you'll get a Baby Registry Welcome Box.For more, check out these 108 most popular sodas ranked by how toxic they are.
Ever since the first cases of COVID-19 were identified in Wuhan, China in December 2019, researchers have been scrambling to develop an effective vaccine. And, according to the nation's top infectious disease expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci, by the end of the year we should know whether or not a vaccine will be ready for distribution by early 2021. Read on, and to get through this pandemic at your healthiest, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus.In a new interview with UK's The Times, Fauci revealed that the trials currently underway in the United States will rear results by November, and we should have a good idea of their safety and efficacy. "The way the pace of the enrollment is going on and the level of the infections that are going on in the United States, it is likely that we'll get an answer by the end of the year," he explained. "I would say a safe bet is at least knowing that you have a safe and effective vaccine by November, December." There are currently three vaccines lined up for testing under the White House's "Operation Warp Speed" plan, which intends to deliver 300 doses by January. "It is conceivable that we would get an answer before that," he added. He also revealed that he would be opposed to any efforts to rush a vaccine to market, especially for political purposes, citing safety reasons. "I would not be satisfied until a vaccine was proven to be safe and effective, before it was actually approved for general use," he confirmed. As for when the pandemic will be over, Dr. Fauci isn't sure. In a separate interview on the Colors podcast on Friday, he explained there are too many moving parts to make an accurate prediction. "It's something that is so difficult to predict because it—really much of it— depends on what we ourselves are doing in the sense of the public health measures necessary to contain the outbreak," he said. "Now, one of the problems is that as we've seen the most effective way to do that is to essentially shut down the problem with shutting down and staying shut down for a prolonged period of time, is that that adds to extraordinary economic instability….Now, if we, as a global community, pull together and try to reopen for those that have essentially shut down in a prudent and careful manner that doesn't allow resurgences and rebounds of cases, then we could actually do fairly well, or at least much better than the projections are now."To keep infections low, continue following the fundamentals—mask wearing, social distancing, practicing hand hygiene, avoiding crowds, and staying outdoors as much as possible. And to get through this pandemic at your healthiest, don't miss these 21 Subtle Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus.
Wearing a face mask in one of the most important methods of protecting yourself and others from COVID-19. According to the CDC, masks should be worn in public settings around people who don't live in your household and when you can't stay 6 feet away from others. Why? "Masks help stop the spread of COVID-19 to others," they explain. While most of us are well aware of the most common face mask mistakes, there is one that many of us are likely overlooking—and it could be a serious game-changer in terms of preventing infected respiratory droplets from making their way into your system or out into the world from yours. Read on, and to get through this pandemic at your healthiest, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus. The Mistake is Misusing the Slot in the InteriorMany cloth masks offer a little slot on the interior. In case you didn't know, they actually have a purpose—and if you aren't utilizing them you are making a mistake. Their purpose is to house a disposable filter, which can more effectively block respiratory droplets than wearing a cloth mask alone. Onyema Ogbuagu, MD, a Yale Medicine infectious disease specialist and associate professor of medicine at Yale School of Medicine, explains to Eat This, Not That! Health that he is in favor of people using disposable filters inside face masks to prevent COVID-19 infection and transmission. "The size of the (respiratory) particles are really small, so they can easily penetrate fabrics used to make masks," he points out. "Having a filter layer embedded between the layers of cloth is smart."Research from Missouri S&T supports Dr. Ogbuagu's claims. A recent study spearheaded by Yang Wang, Ph.D., assistant professor of environmental engineering, found that some fabrics block only 10-20% of particles. However, with the help of a HEPA filter, 80-90% of particles can be blocked, making it nearly as efficient as an N95 mask. These mask filters can be purchased on Amazon and are incredibly affordable. In fact, you can order a pack of 20 for less than $12—a small price to pay for your health. The Latest CDC Mask SuggestionsLast week the CDC updated their recommendations on masks, offering a variety of suggestions. They included wearing masks with two or more layers to stop the spread of COVID-19, wearing the mask over your nose and mouth and secure it under your chin, avoiding the use of masks by those under two, people who have trouble breathing, or cannot remove the mask without assistance, and the reminder that masks intended for healthcare workers -- such as N95 respirators -- should be avoided by the general population. They also acknowledged that any mask with an exhalation valve should be avoided and that the effectiveness of fleece neck gaiters as well as face shields are still unknown. Additionally, the health organization offered explicit instructions on how to wear, wash, and take off a mask. To keep infections low continue following the fundamentals — mask wearing, social distancing, practicing hand hygiene, avoiding crowds, and staying outdoors as much as possible. And to get through this pandemic at your healthiest, don't miss these COVID Mistakes You Should Never Make.
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A famed Italian steakhouse, which has hosted A-listers like President Obama, Leonardo DiCaprio, and George Clooney, has filed for bankruptcy, according to FSR Magazine.Il Mulino, a high-end Italian concept with 16 locations across New York, Long Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Florida, Tennessee, Nevada, and Puerto Rico, revealed in a filing on July 30 that seven of its locations are declaring bankruptcy.Citing the pandemic as the culprit for the restaurant's financial troubles, co-owner Gerald Katzoff indicated that an ongoing dispute with a lender has further destabilized the company, which had received a $2.3 million PPP loan in May. The restaurant now intends to use the loan to fund operations during the bankruptcy proceedings.While six of the seven bankrupt locations still remain closed, the company hopes to reopen the doors to their restaurants as soon as possible. Katzoff noted they would use the bankruptcy "to restructure debt, seek out new financing opportunities, explore potential transactions, and liquidate claims."Il Mulino opened its first location in Greenwich Village in 1981. Owned by a family hailing from Abruzzo, Italy, the restaurant served regional Italian cuisine and was eventually sold to investors who expanded its elite dining legacy to dozens more locations in the United States and abroad. If you haven't yet tried their copious red-sauce dishes and generous cuts of meat, you'll still have an opportunity to do so.Don't forget to sign up for our newsletter to get the latest restaurant news delivered straight to your inbox.
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