Q: My boyfriend and I attended the Atlanta Food and Wine Festival last month and had the best pimento cheese from a company represented there. I believe the name of the product is Wicked Pimina Cheese and it’s made by Harvest Moon. I haven’t been able to find it in stores, yet, and the company’s website address leads to a dead end. Where can I find it? Alicia Battiste, email
A: Wicked Moon Foods is the manufacturing arm of the Harvest Moon Cafe, 234 Broad St., Rome, 706-291-4224, which occupies the vintage brick building that was formerly Fahy’s department store. Wicked Pimina Cheese is distributed to a handful of restaurants in Atlanta, but it’s currently not sold in local stores. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t snap up some of that spicy pimento cheese if you’re willing to take a little drive to Rome. You can pop into Harvest Moon Cafe and pick up a 12-ounce tub of Wicked Pimina Cheese for $6. It’s also available at GMC Value Mart, 3402 Alabama Hwy., Rome, 706-234-7582, and the price there is $4.99. I spoke to someone at Wicked Moon and found out that only two people know the recipe to this spicy spread. One is the person who has been mixing the concoction for over a decade, and the other is Harvest Moon owner, Ginny Kibler.
Q: I hope you can help me. Once in a while, I can find Ba-Tampte horseradish but these days I seem to find it less often. I would appreciate if you could locate this for me. I’m looking for the white horseradish, not the red. I like this one better than most others because it has few ingredients. Thanks for your help. Herb Smith, email
A: Grated horseradish, vinegar and salt are the only ingredients in Ba-Tampte prepared horseradish. You’ll find 8-ounce jars for $2.99 at Buford Highway Farmers Market, 5600 Buford Hwy., Doraville, 770-455-0770. It’s located in the cooler on aisle 11.
Q: A few years ago, my hairdresser introduced me to L’anza Magic Bullet spray that made my hair feel great and it kept my color bright. It’s discontinued, and I was getting it from Amazon but now it’s unavailable. I realize that I’m probably out of luck, and there’s no more product available but I would really appreciate if you could find some for me. If so, I’ll buy several bottles and wean myself off. Thank you so much for your help. K. Laplante, email
A: You’re right, L’anza advanced healing color care color preserving Magic Bullet is pretty much out of stock at most outlets. However, I found some for you. A 6.8-ounce spray bottle of L’anza Magic Bullet is available for $19.99 through savvydeal.com. I called the company and found out that there are 30 bottles in stock.
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