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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by 1293, Jun 13, 2017.
That fancy mustard is the worst
A-and you have to buy it two at a time.
Heck we live in the semi sticks and we have good independent shops aplenty.
There is a Costco opening up about 25 miles from us.
Maybe Ill apply for this job.
That's not fancy when your wife's name is Isolde, her mom is Ilse, they both speak a few languages and are fantastic with food.
Fancy mustard gets a lot more expensive and is rarely much or at all better.
We're lucky the local COSTCO two pack is the Dijon or I'd hear it from my wife and her mom.
Truth be told, there are some smaller firms in WI that make decent Mustard and other items at great prices. I clue into that via the "Food Miles" signs at the store. Why not get something from close to home if it's decent and affordable.
The real problem here is I thought about some good pizza but with kids gone for a few days my wife's been making great stuff they don't like.
The French mustard is often made with mustard seeds from Saskatchewan and Alberta.
I've tried that fancy stone ground stuff and it always leaves me wishing for plain yellow mustard, or better yet, Plochman's "Chicago Fire"
There's a place for everything: Dijon for dressings and marinades, Guldens spicy brown for dogs with kraut or potato salad, French's yellow is a must for a Chicago dog...
Maybe that's it. I don't go for dressings, marinades, kraut, or potato salad, at all
How about pizza dressing?
He'll only eat it if you cut it like this:
I use the Dijon for my honey mustard sauce for stone crab and certain marinades. Cheap regular yellow or Gulden's spicy brown for most stuff.
They're all different things.