New quest begins for favorite foods

What am I thankful for this Thanksgiving? There’s a long list, and it of course includes my readers — especially those who read and contribute to the Taste of the Town column. And so this is a good time to dig through some of our backlog of queries.

Mary Weintraub is looking for Maypo. …

Cathie Collins is looking for The Original Chili Bowl chili seasoning by Windsor Frozen Foods. …

Mary Monahan is looking for cherry-nut ice cream. …

D. Sprinkle is looking for Ken’s Steakhouse Cocktail Sauce. …

Susan Hayward is looking for a local source for DeFratelli or Star Cross products. …

Allen D. Kellett is looking for saffron bread or buns. …

Sue Carter is looking for Celantono round ravioli. …

Russ Beckwith is looking for tomato relish. …

Kevin Dugan would like to find Del Monte Savory Sides Rio Grande Vegetables. …

Evelyn I. Setlock is looking for Heinz Genuine Dills. …

Warren L. Wheeler is looking for sliced sweet chip pickles. …

Beulah Gribble is looking for prunes with pits. …

Crystal M. Boyd is looking for Clearly Canadian water by the case, and mini bagel dogs. …

Susie Hurt would like to find Lay’s Dill Pickle Potato Chips. …

Leah Stromberg is looking for Hero Orange Bitter Marmalade. …

Kaye Adams is looking for gooseberry pie and jam. …

Mary Garrison is looking for unsalted cottage cheese. …

Bud England is looking for green olive juice. …

Richard Fairbanks is looking for black-raspberry ice cream. …

Anthony Giordano is looking for Mexican frying cheese. …

Paula Sue Lane would like to find Van de Kamps’ frozen cheese enchiladas. …

Denelle Araujo is looking for canned New Zealand corned beef. …

Joan Bushaw is looking for a restaurant that serves cornmeal mush. …

Tom Augustine is looking for pickled tripe. …

Dottie Bailey is looking for a bakery that makes poppy-seed bread and a store that sells maple-sugar candies. …

Bernie Heidenreich is looking for canned black currants. …

Patricia Hansen would like to find Weber May Wine and Walnetto caramels. …

Ted Bulson is looking for pretzels that are both fat- and salt-free. …

Mike Armstrong is looking for Hillshire Farm Summer Sausage. …

Leon Pennington is looking for FritoLay Flamin’ Hot Corn Chips. …

Robert Ziebell is looking for Merkt’s Cheddar Cheese Spread. …

Leslie Reed is looking for Wobeler’s Honey Mustard. …

Dave Weide would like to find Farmhouse Natural Grain Long Grain Original White Rice. …

Janice Mazuroski is looking for Bosco chocolate syrup. …

And Cindy Wood would like to find regular Pepsi Vanilla and Coca-Cola Black Cherry/Vanilla. …

Readers?

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

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