About

I lived in Los Angeles for several years, and during that time I came to know Trader Joe’s, not just as a fun, friendly, frugal food store, but as a special destination. It was and is my happy place.

In the last few years, TJ s opened not just one, but two, long-awaited locations in the Kansas City metro. The town went Trader Joe’s Crazy! And now my happy place has come to me.

The blog has taken shape as the place to report on those products we love at Trader Joe’s. No complaints, no gripes, no grumbles (well, seldom, if ever). Just pure, unadulterated adoration for some of the best food items we’ve found in any grocery-like establishment.

From time to time, TILATJ’s has guest contributors. We all have different food preferences – i.e. we don’t necessarily like the same food or have the same eating habits, which is a really good thing! This way, just because I don’t eat beef, beef-eating readers don’t miss out on a TJ beefy must-have.

I invite anyone to share their TJ faves in a guest post. Please send me an email to get started at traderjoeskc@gmail dot com.

Also, please follow us on Twitter: @traderjoeskc.

Thanks so much for your interest and support!

Take care,

Judy

Disclaimer: This blog and any of its contributors are in no way, shape or form associated with the Trader Joe’s company, aside from being contented customers. This blog does not represent the views or endorsements of Trader Joe’s staff, management or corporate overseers.

6 Responses to “About”

  1. Janet January 3, 2012 at 1:27 am #

    Still waiting for the Trader Joe’s potluck party. When are we going to have it?

    • procurrent January 3, 2012 at 1:30 am #

      Very good question. Soon?!

  2. ioanna aggelidaki September 5, 2012 at 8:57 am #

    Hello Judy! I am writing to tell you that your gravatar is not active. I mean there is no link in the photo that appears when you comment. Make sure to add the link of your blog to your gravatar. I checked here http://el.gravatar.com/procurrent and there is no link. You should update it, it’s a pity people not be able to get to your blog….

    • procurrent September 18, 2012 at 7:06 am #

      Sorry for the delay in replying, Ioanna! Thank you for your kind comments and advice. Much appreciated!

  3. Wanda June 30, 2015 at 6:16 pm #

    Do you make a low sodium Gyoza dipping sauce ?

    • Procurrent July 2, 2015 at 7:30 pm #

      Hi, Wanda! I know that Trader Joe’s sells a Gyoza dipping sauce – I’m not sure if they have one that’s low sodium. I make my own dipping sauce, though. It’s simple – just soy sauce (can be low sodium) and fresh lime juice. I hope this helps! Happy eating!

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