5 Grocery-Store Splurges Worthy of Your Tax Refund
If you’ve got some spare scratch after filing your taxes, treat yo’self with one of these mini extravagances from our favorite place to shop: the grocery store!
1. The most premium of all the premium ice creams, a pint of Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams is nearly twice the price of Häagen-Dazs. But one taste of Salty Caramel or marshmallowy Supermoon and you'll understand why. $8.49 per pint at Whole Foods Market
2. No, it ain't cheap, but the sweet meat from Alaskan king crab legs is totally worth it. Plus, the cooking is already done. Melt some butter and dig in. From $24.99 per pound at Whole Foods Market
3.A soft-ripened cheese made with cow's, goat's, and sheep's milks in the Piedmont region of Italy, La Tur is the best of all worlds: rich, decadent, and creamy with just enough earthy complexity. From $15 for a wheel at Whole Foods Market
4.The dry-aging process results in incredible tenderness and adds even more flavor to a beefy rib eye steak. Just add salt and pepper and give it a quick stint in a pan. From $16.99 per pound at Whole Foods Market
5. Made with mountain spring water from Italy and air-dried for a rustic feel, Rustichella d'Abruzzo Egg Fettuccine is no ordinary pasta. It's luxe even with the simplest sauces. $7 for 8.8 ounces at Whole Foods Market