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Old 11-23-2011, 08:41 AM
 
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has anyone else noticed that after reading post after post with the word "mustard" in it several times, it starts to look so weird? Like it's misspelled or something... maybe it's just me.
Anyway, I LOVE brown mustard from Trader Joe's. And I also have a kinda sweet/stone ground/seeded mustard from there as well that's fabulous, but it's not their brand and I don't remember which brand it is. We usually have some plain yellow as well, but I rarely use it. And, btw, I live not too far from the world famous "Mustard Museum".
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Old 11-23-2011, 10:29 AM
 
Location: denison,tx
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Right now there are only three in the fridge:
French's yellow
some off brand chili hot dog
and an off brand firehouse mustard.

I prefer a coarse brown mustard over all the others but will use whatever
there is available at the time. I'm not real picky... guess I'm not a foodie
but I do like to cook
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Old 11-23-2011, 11:16 AM
 
Location: where you sip the tea of the breasts of the spinsters of Utica
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I love mustard. Spicy Chinese mustard that clears your head. Honey mustard, crunchy, coarse country mustard, Dijon, plain ole yellow...one whold shelf of my fridge has various mustards.

I cook with mustard, a spoonful in sauce, elevates any plain sauce to something extra ordinary. Tuna salad or egg salad without mustard? Forget it. I even make a quick salad dressing, using various mustards, whipped up with EVOO, and vinegar...did you know in Belguim, they serve Frites (fries) with mustard?

What is your fav?
Coarse brown mustard with horseradish, such as Plochmans. But I don't turn my nose up at ordinary French's Yellow either, it's great on hot dogs, hamburgers, and in egg salad.
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Old 11-23-2011, 11:49 AM
 
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I love mustard. Spicy Chinese mustard that clears your head. Honey mustard, crunchy, coarse country mustard, Dijon, plain ole yellow...one whold shelf of my fridge has various mustards.

I cook with mustard, a spoonful in sauce, elevates any plain sauce to something extra ordinary. Tuna salad or egg salad without mustard? Forget it. I even make a quick salad dressing, using various mustards, whipped up with EVOO, and vinegar...did you know in Belguim, they serve Frites (fries) with mustard?

What is your fav?
I've got 4 kinds. Plain yellow for the kid and for hot dogs, brown spicy for sandwiches, smooth Dijon for various uses and coarse country-style Dijon as well.

Plus powdered yellow mustard and brown mustard seed. Can't make vindaloo without brown mustard seed!

I'm not Belgian but I've always liked my fries with mustard.

Anyone that puts ketchup on a hot dog should be flogged. With hot dogs.
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Old 11-23-2011, 11:51 AM
 
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I am a horseradish person, but I have Dijon mustard and 2 or 3 different Polish mustards in my pantry.
Horseradish is for us effete condiment snobs and never meant for consumption by the benighted unwashed masses. God bless horseradish lovers.

When I'm too lazy to make it myself, I buy Atomic extra hot. Unlike the claims of lesser bottled, prepared horseradish vendors, this one is ACTUALLY HOT.
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Old 11-23-2011, 12:47 PM
 
Location: Victoria TX
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Gulden's Spicy Brown. Cheap and good enough. I rarely use it, a small bottle lasts me over a year. I only put it on sandwiches that I also use Mayo on. (Ketchup goes on my hotdogs.)
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Old 11-23-2011, 01:06 PM
 
Location: In my view finder.....
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Brown

Yellow
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Old 11-23-2011, 01:48 PM
 
Location: Bella Vista, Ark
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The fast-and-dirty way to evaluate someone about whether they are a foodie is to open their refrigerator and peek inside to count the number of different mustards. French's yellow of course (but don't underestimate it), brown, German with horseradish, honey mustard, sweet hot Chinese, dijon, Jack Daniels ...... and on and on.

We have 3 kinds in the fridge right now, but sometimes we even have more.

NIta
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Old 11-23-2011, 05:44 PM
 
Location: Charlotte county, Florida
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Three..

French's for Granny.
Guldens for me.

Colemans dry english mustard, it's a must for Mayo based salad add in.. Just a touch, it makes a huge difference..
And even though it's hotter then hades itself, i love it with a corned beef or ham boiled dinner...

I dont really like mustard at all except hot dogs pretty much..
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Old 12-13-2016, 05:24 PM
 
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Why don't they make guldens zesty honey mustard anymore?
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