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Limburger cheese, please

Limburger — the beloved cheese that’s savory in its smelliness, and less of an acquired taste than you might imagine — has been falling out of favor during recent years, as this workingman’s favorite gets left behind the emerging, more fashionable cheeses. But Taste of the Town readers have spotted it, on both sides of the valley, for Donald McGraw.

Ann Brown emailed that McGraw can find it at Glazier’s Food Marketplace at 8525 W. Warm Springs Road and Diane Coleman said spreadable Limburger sometimes is available at Valley Cheese &Wine at 1770 W. Horizon Ridge Parkway in Henderson. For those with commissary privileges, Claude Black emailed that 6-ounce bricks of Mountain Castle brand are available at Nellis Air Force Base, and if one lets it age, it spreads at room temperature. And Charles Neverovich found Amish Country Old Fashioned Limburger Spread at www.hefticreek.com (608-237-1992) and www.wisconsincheesemart.com (888-482-7700) and said it compares favorably to Mohawk, which he said no longer is available. …

For Evelyn Austin, who’s looking for a market that sells escargot in cans, Jan Visser emailed that he purchased it at the Wal-Mart Supercenter at 2310 E. Serene Ave., and David Fleury said he’s been buying it at the 99 Cents Only store at 7239 Spring Mountain Road. And Sal Angelica emailed to suggest Austin go online and search for “escargot” or “helix snails,” adding, “and many options will come up.” …

For Maxine Marcus, who’s looking for small cans or jars of sauerkraut, Bev Greer emailed that she found small jars of Steinfeld’s Sauerkraut at 99 Cents Only and at Wal-Mart, adding, “in my opinion, this is very good.” …

For John Noyer, who’s looking for small cans of Del Monte brand lima beans, Dave Reynard and Jean Johnston reported finding 8.25-ounce cans at separate Wal-Mart Supercenters in the north end of the valley. …

And, for readers who are interested, Coleman noted that Valley Cheese &Wine has a knife-sharpening service on site.

MORE READER REQUESTS

Tomato juice is popular this week, it seems. Bill Kay is looking for a local source for Beefamato juice. …

And Lee Lindig is looking for cans of Snap-e-Tom Tomato Cocktail. …

Steve Brooks is looking for a source for Nathan’s Famous Deli Style Mustard, which he used to get at Albertsons at 5881 E. Charleston Blvd., or Hebrew National Deli Mustard. …

Sue Mattern, formerly of Chicago, is looking for Open Pit Barbecue Sauce, original flavor, and Pastorelli Pizza Sauce….

Dianne Resetar is looking for restaurants that serve Chinese sizzling rice soup. …

And Coleman still is looking for Scallops St. Jacques by Ocean Valley Seafood in Green Cove Springs, Fla., which she used to get at Wal-Mart Supercenter. Coleman said previously that Taste of the Town seems “to work miracles,” and I’d hate to see her proved wrong.

Readers?

Submit information to Heidi Knapp Rinella, P.O. Box 70, Las Vegas, NV 89125-0070. You also can send faxes to 702-383-4676 or email her at hrinella@reviewjournal.com. Include your first and last names and, if emailing, put “Taste of the Town” in the subject line. Follow @HKRinella on Twitter.

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