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I am the author and just came across your review.

So glad to hear you enjoyed your experience. It's my goal to keep people entertaining in these dark times.
The website will keep them entertained: http://the99centonlystorecookbook.com/

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The 99 Cent Only Store is wonderful. The store near me also has a HUGE selection of fresh produce, and the cooler section is stocked with just about everything...we even get chicken legs and thighs there and also frozen salmon and talapia. I always buy my cheese there and brand name lunch meat...NOTHING is ever old or outdated, and none of the boxes in the store are dented or stained like one article on the web I read said...that just is not true. The store always has cleaning products that clean better than name brand ones...the only thing I would not buy at this store is the trash bags...those just are not strong like the well-known brands.

Hi There

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It's that inner Homer calling for something saucier, isn't it?

He just never seems saucy enough.

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