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Nab a Free Bowl of Menudo at Arizona Food City Stores on New Year's Day

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In mere hours, a new year will be upon us and chances are pretty high you'll be drinking away the last night of 2015 and into the first hours of 2016.

The downside? You might wake up hungover on the first day of the New Year. But don't fear. If you head to any Arizona Food City store tomorrow, January 1, 2016 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., you can nab a free small bowl of menudo if you dine in at the deli department. You can find a Food City location near you here

Menudo, if you're not familiar, is a spicy soup that's usually made with with lime, onions, cilantro, oregano, and red peppers. Most variations also feature beef tripe, which is renowned for its hangover-curing properties. And regardless of whether or not it actually works to cure your raging headache, at least it'll be free.

Here's to starting 2016 off right.

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