Learn me about American Mustard!

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  1. ndcaster

    ndcaster Doctor of Teleocity

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    I like my mustard mild, but if there's any question about American mustard, these folks can probably field it

    https://mustardmuseum.com/

    the way to Mount Horeb, Wisconsin, also has the benefit of being well-marked by a large number of large wooden statues of gnomes
     
  2. BigDaddyLH

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    Double down!
     
  3. loopfinding

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    we used to save the lechón after Christmas or thanksgiving or whatever to do sandwiches. my dad is spanish, so at some point we started “modding” them with baguettes, Serrano, manchego, and Dijon. 100% upgrade. I almost want to start a food truck for “fancy” Cubans and charge an arm and a leg.
     
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    buster poser Friend of Leo's

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    I actually like French's but this can't be topped

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    Went to a wedding in the Land of Cleve, got this as a gift.
     
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  6. oldunc

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    Try Maison Louisianne creole mustard. America has a whole class of industrial foods that have little to recommend them, but there's good stuff tooo.
     
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  7. ndcaster

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    we're at four pages, but what the hell, slather it on

    when I can find it, I get this

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    You're in England, so you have freakin' Coleman's!
    next best is Löwensenf.
    forget about the rest. ;)
    ok, IMHO
     
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  9. loopfinding

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    Sure, but this one is too watery. The seedy inglehoffer types in the states have treated me well. But this one, not recommended. Just like wet seeds.


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    mad dog Friend of Leo's

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    P-Nutz Friend of Leo's Silver Supporter

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    Yaller's a'ight, 'cuz, you know, it is mustard, but the real chit's made right down the road in Rock Island, IL. My BIL in Santa Cruz has me ship it to him.

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    BTW, it's pronounced "Bo-geez" ...
     
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    Don't see the brown german mustard in the uk any more, I wonder why? I used to like it. I did however get some german mustard which came in a half pint glass from my local shop recently - it was good! ( yes, I was suckered because it came in a beer glass - but it was still good! )
     
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    Boetje's Mustard.

    Seriously.

    You can pay more for gourmet mustard, but it will not be as good as this is.

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  14. Manual Slim

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    I’m an unabashed mustard fan. I buy different ones all the time and even the crummy store brand plain yellow ones get the job done. I use it straight, as an ingredient in vinaigrettes, in marinades, condiment amalgamations, smeared on things before they hit the grill, whatever. Somehow I’m down to only four varieties in the house at the moment. I should get on that.
     
  15. Peegoo

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    On my planet, mustard is The Spice of Life.

    It ain't 'variety'.
     
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    Awwww Man, I want hotdogs now, I must stop reading the food related posts, hmmm I've got some bockwurst, but no breadrolls, damn! On the bright side though, I've still got some stuff left from my taco binge, so that might have to do, do you think putting a sausage in a tortilla with various fixings would be too wrong?:confused:
     
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    Not wrong at all! I’d probably chop it up myself but I can’t see anything wrong with leaving it intact instead.
     
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    You need to put some on a chili-cheese dawg with onions and slaw. Then you'll understand.
     
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  19. Hamstein

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    See, it's always a good idea to get a second opinion! My stomach is calling - I'm off to the kitchen to rummage through my sausage and mustard collection, cya later! :D
     
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    856A2912-1D74-4EFE-901D-E6746D6C1997.jpeg I grew up in Buffalo. This is the only good yellow mustard. Just enough horseradish. Besides that, it’s Dijon for me.
     
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