Kasha, kasha, kasha.
That’s what Howard Ginsburg is looking for – specifically, boxes of Wolff’s kasha – and that’s what his fellow readers found.
Bev Greer found it at Albertsons at 2885 E. Desert Inn Road and some Vons stores. Sheila Morse said it’s available in very fine, medium and coarse at Vons at 2511 Anthem Village Drive in Henderson. Steve Epstein found it at Smith’s at 7130 N. Durango Drive, Gloria Shapiro said it’s available at Walmart in the ethnic foods aisle and Cecilia Peluso emailed that while Walmart carries the fine and medium, Albertsons at 10140 W. Flamingo Road carries it in whole granulation, which she hasn’t been able to find elsewhere in Las Vegas. …
For Richie Marushok, Bryan Hanisko emailed that live blue crabs usually are available at Seafood City at 3890 S. Maryland Parkway. …
For Michael Hansen, Al Klein faxed that walleye fillets are available at The Butcher Block, 7625 S. Rainbow Blvd. …
For Henri Sedenic, the Jensens at Village Meat & Wine, 5025 S. Eastern Ave., said they carry merguez lamb sausages. …
For Gene Bernacki, who’s looking for jars of freeze-dried Litehouse Inc. parsley and chives, Rich Torres emailed that he spotted them at Smith’s at 3850 E. Flamingo Road. …
For Joyce Hambacher, who’s looking for restaurants that serve corn fritters, LaRue Boenig heartily recommended those on the appetizer menu at the restaurant at Bonnie Springs Ranch, 1 Gunfighter Lane in Blue Diamond. …
More on chow fun: Ron Hirschkind recommended Pho Kim Long, 4023 Spring Mountain Road, adding, “not certain if it is actually on the menu but we order it frequently, ‘dry,’ no sauce, ‘combination.’ ” …
Here are more reader requests.
Greer: watermelons with seeds, and Driscoll’s strawberries;
Frank James: instant espresso powder;
Jim and Cam Camburn: a local bakery or supermarket that sells brioche buns for hamburgers;
Marlene Ferris: a store where she can buy a whole or half ham with fat and skin intact;
Terry Casey: reduced-fat, high-fiber hot dog buns;
Benny Ruda: a deli that serves English kippers;
Marlene Adams: Salada decaf tea bags and fresh broccoli rabe sausage;
Kathleen McCarthy: honey butter in tubs;
Harold McCane: Boylan Bottleworks diet black cherry soda;
Eleanor McGivney: fresh or frozen custard pie;
Maxine Marcus: individual-sized Marie Callender’s frozen coconut custard pie, and Pillsbury mini-biscuits;
And Sven Levin: Chef de Paris potato gratin, which he used to get at Costco.
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