No doubt about it, Limburger cheese stinks — a drawback that may explain why it’s getting more difficult to find. But its unique flavor appeals to plenty of people, and a few readers have found sources for Honorene Unseitig.
Tita Keliipio reported finding Honey Creek brand at Food 4 Less at 1301 S. Boulder Highway in Henderson, adding that it’s “easy to miss” along a side wall of the cheese section near the brie. Mary Sherigan e-mailed that she buys Amish Limburger from Williams Cheese Co. in Linwood, Mich., which can be reached at www.WilliamsCheese.com or (800) 968-4492. And Chet Frederick recommended the Chalet Cheese Co-Op in Monroe, Wis.; a spokesman there said the cheese can be ordered by calling (608) 325-6311 before 8:30 a.m. weekdays. …
For Robert Hooper, who’s looking for frozen Uno pizza, Robert Behn and Andrea H. Goldstein reported finding it at Glazier’s Food Marketplace, 8525 W. Warm Springs Road. …
For Mary Rankins, who’s looking for Aunt Jemima self-rising cornmeal, Patti Fannon e-mailed that she has despaired of finding it locally and orders her self-rising cornmeal from www.Old-Mill.com (or call 877-653-6455), adding that the company carries “many other things that Southerners can’t do without.” …
For Connie Hannon, who’s looking for a local source for My-T-Fine pudding, Ira Pollack e-mailed that it’s available at Glazier’s Food Marketplace. …
More on Zagnut bars: Bob Manning found it on a site where he purchases his favorite candies, www.CandyCrate.com (or call 866-422-6399). …
More on Bavarian rye: Cindy Ferguson recommended the German Bread Bakery in North Las Vegas, which takes orders online at www.German BreadBakeryLasVegas.com, or call 649-8771. …
More reader requests:
Goldstein: both light and dark brown muscovado sugar;
John Harrison: La Sierra Charro pinto beans;
Lynn Leger: LaChoy Fancy Chinese Vegetables and China Boy Rice Noodles;
Bill D. Ogg: a local source for peameal bacon, also known as Canadian back bacon;
Bruce Schowers: Bear Attack ice cream;
Claudia Bracey: Sara Lee coffee, distributed to Burger King franchises, and Eckrich skinless sausage;
Danny Rose: Wishbone Western salad dressing;
Dennis Chumbley: Ken’s Roman Caesar salad dressing;
Bert Durham: packets of Cincinnati Chili mix, and a restaurant that has fried turkey for eat-in or carryout;
Joe Damptz: Empire brand kosher chicken products;
And William Isaac: Marie’s Roquefort dressing and Kraft Cracker Barrel cheese, mild flavor.
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