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Missing pate found

Leftovers can be kept three to four days in the refrigerator, according to mayoclinic.com. The foods should be eaten within that time. After that the risk of food poisoning increases. If you won't eat the leftovers within four days, freeze the containers immediately. Let's see what our sleuths have been up to this week:


Ted says Mr. Dunderbak's in the Volusia Mall, 1700 W. International Speedway Blvd., No. 210, in Daytona Beach, has six varieties of pate. Also, pate is sold at Petty's Meats (2141 W. State Road 434 in Longwood; 407-862-0400) and Cavallari Gourmet (1954 W. State Road 426 in Oviedo; 407-365-8000).

H. Myton says Publix sells light cream. Look for it where milk is stocked, not on the open dairy shelves.


Ruth used to buy small loaves of French bread in a white bag at the bakery section at her local Walmart. They are sold two in a bag. She doesn't remember the name on the bag, but can't seem to find them anymore.

Gary is looking for Dad's Original Scotch Oatmeal cookies, Diana Sauce (any flavor) and Tim Horton's or President's Choice coffee.

Debra needs your help finding Near East Wheat Pilaf.

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