Readers uncover Arnold Palmer Lite

Here’s more good news for readers seeking cool beverages to get them through the long, hot summer (which feels like it has already started):

In response to Judy Taylor’s search for Arizona’s Arnold Palmer Lite, Jim Gonzales e-mailed it can be found at Antoinette’s Deli, 3275 W. Ali Baba Lane.

John Robins e-mailed that it can be found at Albertsons in cans in the beverage aisle and in half-gallon containers in the cold-case area, adding, “Good stuff, enjoy.” …

For Bob Downey, who is looking for a Detroit-style loose hamburger, Beverly Cousino suggested the recently opened Detroit Coney Island, 9010 W. Flamingo Road (or call 252-3647). “They also serve Sanders cream puffs and Vernors ginger ale,” she noted. …

For Donna West, who is looking for sweet Lebanon bologna, Terry Paul — who added that she’s a native Pennsylvanian — said it can be found at Albertsons in the deli. …

For Sandy Sherlock, who is looking for Italian frying peppers, Elena Hayes wrote that they can be found at Smith’s and Food 4 Less. …

For Lara Chenard, who is looking for It’s It ice-cream sandwiches, Natalie Tantleff e-mailed that she’d spotted them at Albertsons at 2885 E. Desert Inn Road, adding that it’s possible not all Albertsons carry them. …

For Sally Hicks, who is looking for Golden Choice sesame cookies, Marsha Murphy and Selma Umnuss both e-mailed that they can be found at 99 Cents Only stores throughout the valley, and Sharon Roybal said she found them in local drugstores. …

For readers looking for Wisconsin cheese curds, Umnuss said she recently found them in the deli at Smith’s at 2211 N. Rampart Blvd. …

For Bob & Judy Brennan, who are looking for dehydrated green bell peppers, Diana Adams said she finds the Crown Colony brand at Vons. Toni Pricer said the Delish brand can be found in the kosher section of Smith’s at 2211 N. Rampart Blvd., and Roybal said Delish dried spices “are usually in a different section of the store other than the regular spice aisle, for some unknown reason.” …

For Suzanne Harrich, who is looking for a local market that sells grocery items imported from South Africa, Bernard Hunt e-mailed, “Nando’s products are available around town.” He suggested Albertsons at 10250 W. Charleston Blvd. and the International Marketplace at 5000 S. Decatur Blvd., but added, “Best bet is to buy them online. Go to www.africanhut.com. It’s all there, even the marvelous chakalaka soup.” …

Reader requests: Bob and Marie Iannaconne are looking for Texas Ruby Red grapefruit juice. …

Robin Pincardo is looking for Amé nonalcoholic wine, which she used to get at Trader Joe’s. …

Douglas Gardner is looking for fridge-packs of Canada Dry Sparkling Water. …

Susan Maor is looking for Thomas’ brand toaster corn muffins. …

Rosemary Cosner is looking for Tetley Iced Tea Mix in sugar and lemon natural flavor. …

Bob Parks is looking for Faygo Rock and Rye soda in cans. …

Dennis Mayeda would like to find saffron powder — as opposed to saffron stems. …

And Carol Evans is looking for guava jelly or jam.

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.

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