Oct. 17, 2018
It appears there are a lot of fans of pickled asparagus out there, because several Taste of the Town readers spotted it for Nancy Karn.
Ann Brown found it at Siena Deli at 9500 W. Sahara Ave., Barb Roth and Pat Fautt found it at Costco at 801 S. Pavilion Center Drive, and Cynthia Martin of the IFA Country Store at 3176 W. Martin Ave. said they carry it as well.
For Vicki Rosin, Kristi McNutt, Linda Beck and Brown said Dutch pancakes are served at the Original Pancake House, 4170 S. Fort Apache Road.
For JoAnn Ebright, Danny Calico said pinwheel sausages are available, in hot and mild, at Siena Deli (and he said he always calls ahead to ensure they have them before making the trip).
For Sheila Figarsky, who’s looking for Friendship Farmer Cheese, Boguslawa Boduch emailed that it’s available at the Polish Deli, 5900 W. Charleston Blvd.
More reader requests
McNutt is looking for Johnsonville chicken chipotle sausage, which she used to get at Smith’s.
Karen Kelso is looking for Claussen’s bread and butter pickle chips and Tony Roma’s barbecue sauce (a reader recently recommended Walmart, but she could not find it there).
Shannon Irving is looking for a place that serves good garlic noodles.
And Richard Rosenheim, a fan of the now-closed Triple Play, is looking for a great, reasonably priced half-pound burger, adding, “Please, no chains or these overpriced places that seem to be popping up in all the casinos.”
Oct. 10, 2018
Fried green tomatoes are a delicious specialty item not widely available in Las Vegas restaurants, but readers have spotted them for W.D. Davenport Jr.
Ann Brown and Barbara Sambrano recommended Hash House A Go Go, which has five locations in the valley, and Brown also recommended The Hush Puppy Restaurant, which is at 7185 W. Charleston Blvd. and 1820 N. Nellis Blvd. And Len Granick recommended LoLo’s Chicken & Waffles at 2040 N. Rainbow Blvd.
For Fran Ernest, Brown said she can find Dennison’s No Beans Chili Con Carne at the Walmart Supercenter at 5200 S. Fort Apache Road.
And for Lana Reich, Cindy Pitochelli recommended Dorot’s frozen herb cubes from Trader Joe’s, adding that she’s seen garlic, basil and cilantro.
More on bialys: Helene Golston and Penny Goldin both recommended Life’s a Bagel at 2223 N. Rampart Blvd.
More reader requests
Jeff Chadwell is looking for a local source for Pibb Extra in bottles or cans.
Don Berman is looking for a local restaurant that serves seafood gumbo made without sausage.
Arthur Richard Ward is looking for a local source for pineapple/yellow-meat watermelons.
Elaine Irwin is looking for small, delicately cooked frog legs, sometimes called roadhouse style.
And Walter J. Wolak is looking for a reliable source for honey-roasted crunchy-style peanut butter in either 16-ounce or 48-ounce containers, adding, “nearly all of the peanut butter manufacturers make this type, but rarely can you find it on store shelves,” although creamy honey-roasted is readily available.
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