Readers don’t dawdle with spot for turtle soup

Since Commander’s Palace closed, Tiffany Jones has been looking for another restaurant that serves turtle soup, and it turns out that Taste of the Town readers know of one. Jeanne Ekhaml and Chris Phillips both recommended Del Frisco’s, 3925 Paradise Road. …

For Max Schnell, who’s looking for Tomolives, Chris Jensen of Village Meat & Wine, 5025 S. Eastern Ave., e-mailed that he carries them, and Paul DiGregorio said they can be ordered at www.oldsouth.com, noting that they currently are out of stock. And Brian Repsher reports that he had e-mailed the company and was told the out-of-stock situation is due to crop problems, but that a new supply is expected in December. …

For Zola Saville, who’s looking for a local source for green peppercorns in brine, Jensen said he carries those as well. …

For Toni Sherman, who’s looking for low-fat or fat-free Log Cabin Syrup, Dorothy Goresen and Peter Saldana said the low-fat version can be found at Vons. …

For Joe Urcioli, who’s looking for Mother’s Oatmeal-Raisin cookies, Goresen said those also can be found at Vons at 2667 Windmill Parkway in Henderson. …

And for Martin Laskowski, Nancy Witteck e-mailed that Dell’ Alpe pepperonicini can be purchased online at dellalpe.elsstore.com (or call 630-343-0240). …

More on Medaglia D’Oro espresso: Stuart Weiss e-mailed that it can be purchased most economically by the case by calling Java Cabana at (800) 990-9039 (or visit www.javacabana.com), adding, “We have bought from them for many years because they alone have decaf.”…

More on herring fillets in sour cream: Evan Schwartz e-mailed that plastic containers of them can be found at Albertsons at 7350 S. Rainbow Blvd. …

Reader requests: Goresen is looking for Greenwood red cabbage and Drake’s Cakes. …

Marvin Konopik is looking for a restaurant that serves deep-fried turkey, and Ed Chan is looking for whole fried turkeys. …

Larry Varnum is looking for Martha White Self-Rising White Cornmeal Mix. …

Gary Olszewski is looking for MJB European Roast Coffee in the 39-ounce can, and Maurice Lennel Butter Cookies. …

Virgen Gazmey is looking for chocolate-covered jelly rings. …

Thomas White and Toni White are looking for Asiago soft cheese in a small tub, which they used to get at Sam’s Club. …

Bob Corsale is looking for a retail version of the creamed corn served at Memphis Championship Barbecue. …

Micki Collins would like to find Zesta Saltine Crackers. …

Linda Deutsch (and a lot of other readers) is looking for Canfield’s Diet Chocolate Fudge Soda, which she used to get at Vons. …

Dana Wickens is looking for a local source for Maranatha Macadamia Nut Butter. …

Joan Hirsh is looking for OTC Oyster Crackers, which she used to get at Albertsons. …

Jeff Grandstrom is looking for Baldinger’s Chopped Chicken Liver, which comes in a blue and white can. …

And Sharon Janssen is looking for Johnny Fleeman’s Gourmet Steak Sauce. …

Readers?

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