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STAFF PICK: On any given Saturday, you can enter any of Tucson's five Albertson's grocery stores and run a free food gauntlet that'll keep you fed for hours. Begin at the bakery where samples of fresh cinnamon buns or cookies await. Next, make your way towards the deli counter where you can find big chunks of turkey or bacon under the hot lamps. Need to wash it down? Make yourself a fresh cup of coffee from the coffee stand usually located by the bakery counter. Don't forget to stop by the seafood counter for a serving of delicious crab salad on a Ritz cracker. Consider it the dim sum of American cuisine. Sure, there's some implied grocery shopping for your conscience to grapple with; but what they hell--as the jingle goes, it is your store.

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