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Pickapeppa Sauce revealed

Peter Piper may have been able to pick a peck of pickled peppers, but could Peter Piper have picked up some Pickapeppa? We’ll never know. But Sandra Hernandez is looking for Pickapeppa Sauce, the spicy Jamaican condiment, and her fellow readers know where she can find it.

Gloria Castricone said she found it in the condiment section at Albertsons at 1650 N. Buffalo Drive, and Dean B. Pomerantz found it at Vons at 1155 E. Twain Ave. Chris Jensen of Village Meat & Wine, 5025 S. Eastern Ave., said the store carries it. …

For Ingrid Lundevall, who’s looking for frozen duck breasts, Ruth Whitman and Josephine Lemberg e-mailed that they can be found at Costco. Ron Lutz of The Butcher Block, 7625 S. Rainbow Blvd., said he carries them, and Jensen said he carries them as well. …

For Dolores Norelli, who’s looking for Italian sausage with peppers and onions similar to what she had at the San Gennaro Feast, Elliot Gorlin suggested JR’s Place, 5745 S. Durango Drive. …

More on Stella D’Oro cookies: Valerie Raines e-mailed that Siena Deli, 2250 E. Tropicana Ave., has them, including Lady Stella Anisette Toast, and LaDuca’s NY Italian Deli, 72 W. Horizon Ridge Parkway in Henderson faxed that it has three varieties. …

More on peanut chews: For readers who aren’t happy with the new-generation version of Goldenberg’s, Diane Harrison suggested the peanut-butter chews from Dewar’s Candy Shop in Bakersfield, Calif. If you don’t plan to be in the area, the company’s Web site is www.dewarscandy.com or call (661) 322-0933. …

More on pinwheel sausages: Cindi Updegrove recommended Vinny Boy’s Italian Marketplace, 3620 W. Sahara Ave., where she said they’re homemade and come in two sizes. …

For Sarah Eichelberger, Larry Varnum noted that White Lily flour is distributed only in the southeastern United States, but added that she can order it from Smucker’s. It’s hard to find on the Smucker’s site, so go to www.WhiteLily.com, click on "where to buy" and follow the link. …

For readers looking for Hawaiian products now that local Longs Drugs are closing, Keith and LeeAnne Evanovich of Las Vegas-based Hawaiian Food Online e-mailed that he carries more than 350 island favorites and delivers for $3.99 anywhere in Las Vegas and Henderson. It’s at www.HawaiianFoodOnline.com or call (800) 819-5824.

And I’ve noticed that some Walgreens stores have announced that they are carrying Hawaiian products. …

Reader requests: Marie Lara is looking for a store or fish market that sells lutefisk. …

David Merriman is looking for quarts of 1 percent milk. …

B. Randell is looking for Peter Luger steak sauce. …

Judi Overton is looking for Knorr’s Newburg Sauce in a packet. …

Judy Dietrich is looking for Lipton Cup-a-Soup, especially chicken noodle. …

And Ioana Petre is looking for a nursery or supermarket that carries lovage — or even the seeds so she can plant it.

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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