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Readers help find potato blintzes

While most of us know from cheese blintzes, potato blintzes are a little more uncommon. For Robert Levitt, who’s looking for Golden frozen potato blintzes, Michael Kranish, Dottie Douglas, Colleen Sams and Pam Crawford reported finding them at separate Albertsons stores, with Crawford adding that they’re at a good price now, during the Jewish holidays. …

For Jean A. Jackson, Ruth Bentel found Barber Foods Frozen Homestyle Stuffed Chicken Breast at two Smith’s stores in the Summerlin area, and Sams found them at Albertsons at 2650 W. Horizon Ridge Parkway in Henderson. …

For Carol Baird, who’s looking for Kroger or another brand of candied dill spears, William Isaac emailed that he ordered a case through his local Smith’s with no shipping charge. …

For Fred Hutchirs, who’s looking for small dried lima beans, Minnie Mistretta suggested Walmart Supercenters. …

More on pickles made without vinegar: Jack Lappin said Glazier’s Food Marketplace, 8525 W. Warm Springs Road, carries the Nathan’s brand. …

More on rolls for beef on weck: “Buffalo” Bob Rusnock emailed that they can be ordered a day ahead from Great Buns, 3270 E. Tropicana Ave. …

More on Wolf chili without beans: Julie Zerbel said it’s available at Nellis Air Force Base, for those with commissary privileges. …

Here are more reader requests:

Zerbel: semi-sweet chocolate feves, or discs, of at least 60 percent cacao;

Ed Horak: frozen strawberries in syrup; he used to get Birdseye brand;

Gene Jackson: a local source for Jiffy pie-crust mix;

Anne Jacobs: ice milk;

Vicki Chambers: frozen pea pods;

Clara Hubchenko: Progresso Roasted Cauliflower Corn Potato Chowder;

Bob and Connie Norwood: frozen conch;

Jackie Shick: Pik-Nik original shoestring potatoes in a 9-ounce container; Mille-Lacs popcorn flavoring in a buttery flavor; and cinnamon-flavor Tic Tacs;

Tony Padilla: a local source for CP Shrimp Wontons, frozen with noodles and sauce;

Kent Cannon: Bit-O-Honey candy bars;

Dianne Cochrane: local sources for Shasta Diet Grape Soda and Lay’s or another brand of dill-flavored potato chips;

Kathy Salazar: Wunderbar German bologna;

Chris Devine: Hummel hot dogs;

Josephine King: cans of Pillar Rock red sockeye salmon and Parker House hot link sausages;

And Carole Bixler: reader recommendations for restaurants that serve liver.


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