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Philly favorite easy to find

Wanna start a heated discussion between a couple of Philadelphia expatriates? Tell ’em they don’t know from cheese steaks.

Luckily, our local lovers of this treat from the City of Brotherly Love do, and they have a couple of suggestions for Ryan Haladyna, who’s looking for the best Philly cheese steak in the Henderson area. Geri’s Olde Philadelphia, 3430 E. Tropicana Ave., was suggested by Sheri Jacobs and Dave Bourgeois, with Jacobs adding, “It’s not Henderson, but worth the ride.” And Pennsylvania escapee Joan Sabatine recommended Ciao’s at 3421 E. Tropicana Ave. …

For John and Barbara Lakkard, who are looking for Frank’s Sauerkraut, Kathy Peltonen reported finding it at Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market, and Andrea Castillo Church found it in the refrigerated section at Albertsons at 7151 W. Craig Road. …

For Anita Miscimarra, who’s looking for fresh torrone candy, Mamie Glorioso suggested Roma Deli at 5755 Spring Mountain Road. …

For Buzz Floyd, Charles E. McManis faxed that roblochon cheese can sometimes be found through www.IdealCheese.com (or call 800-382-0109). …

And for Marinus Baadsgaard, Lou Elliott said bumbleberry ice cream is available at Nielsen’s Frozen Custard at 9595 S. Eastern Ave. …

Here are more reader requests:

Vicky Gunther: Park’s cooked chitterlings;

Kathy DeMare: unsweetened condensed milk;

Bob Rush: Pepperidge Farm canned lobster bisque;

Jim Lucey: Knott’s Berry Farm apricot and/or peach pancake syrup;

Tracey M. Castaneda: a local source for Rikki’s Gourmet Chefs’ Thai Rub;

Nancy Witteck: Farmer John Golden Tradition Premium Brown Sugar & Honey Half Ham, which she used to get at Smart & Final;

Susan Braun: fat-free potato chips made with Olestra;

Susan Eiselt: Milton’s frozen steel-cut oats with blueberries;

Erik Baird: caramel microwave popcorn;

Jonathan Heatt: Budweiser Genuine Barbecue Sauce;

Sally Niederman: Fray Bentos canned savory pies;

Joe Sortino: Beefsteak Rye bread;

Tom Gauldin: a local source for bresaola carpaccio;

Virginia Emerson: Nestea tea bags;

Helene Gottlieb: U-Bet Chocolate Syrup;

Terry Gallagher: amarosa rolls, or Amaroso’s rolls;

Todd Olcott: raw frog’s legs;

And Isla Guastalli: Del Alpe Spaghetti Sauce Mix, a dry mix, and layered asiago cheese wedges with roasted pepper, pesto and Parmesan, which she used to find at Sam’s Club.

Readers?

Submit information to Heidi Knapp Rinella, 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. Because of the volume of mail received, we can’t respond to each request.

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