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    What's your favorite mustard? If you don't like mustard, post what you like.

    I was really into the Beaver Sweet Hot Mustard for a while, then got lazy and now use cheap-o store brand Dijon. I think I might need moar Beaver! Beaver Brand Archives - Beaverton Foods

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    I'm not an expert, but I like just about any mustard. Dijon, horseradish, plain old yellow. I have recently met a few people who don't like mustard. Sad.
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    Dijon brown for the win.

    I wonder how long it will take for this thread to be combined with the ketchup and relish thread.
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    I relish the combination. Or are you just fishing for condiments?

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    Yes NDD, very sad indeed. it takes a lot to make mustard.

    First just the right seeds must be chosen to plant. Then the soil prepared and planted in. The soil must be weeded and watered with just the right amount of care to produce nice juicy seeds that will need to be squeezed to extract the mustard. Then the right ingredients, which also took much effort to produce are added to complete the condiment. Then it must be bottled in bottles that were also produced. And let's not forget the trip to market it takes on roads that must be maintained, and stocked on shelves at market where more people tend to it till it's sold. I mean those seeds are tiny. Do you know how much work and people it takes to make that mustard? And then you say you don't like mustard? Are you kidding me?
    Have some mustard, For goodness sake
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    This could become "The Off Camber Condiments Thread"... I'd have no objections.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NDD View Post
    I'm not an expert, but I like just about any mustard. Dijon, horseradish, plain old yellow. I have recently met a few people who don't like mustard. Sad.
    It's like anywhere you can get it, right?

    Mucdonald's hot mustard on a double cheeseburger was the ****!
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    Beaver products are a local company here but taste chemically to me. To bad they can't turn out some all natural products as mustard is about the healthiest condiment going. Another local producer I really like is Aardvark. Their stuff is tasty.

    I love mustard...all off them. As long as not to much vinegar and the spicier the better. My fav's are the real Chinese/Karashi/Japanese/Korean style mustards...so good! Dammit now I'm hungry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WHALENARD View Post
    Beaver products are a local company here but taste chemically to me. To bad they can't turn out some all natural products as mustard is about the healthiest condiment going. Another local producer I really like is Aardvark. Their stuff is tasty.

    I love mustard...all off them. As long as not to much vinegar and the spicier the better. My fav's are the real Chinese/Karashi/Japanese/Korean style mustards...so good! Dammit now I'm hungry.
    The spicy mustard they serve with wontons at some places. WOW! They'll clean out your nasal cavities, good stuff!
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    Whole Grain Dijon... best when combined with Worcestershire sauce and used to marinate flank steak overnight before grilling and slicing super fine to have with a salad...

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    I like all the mustards, but spicy brown is my favorite.
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    Jack Daniel's Old No. 7 mustard

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    Quote Originally Posted by WHALENARD View Post
    Beaver products are a local company here but taste chemically to me. To bad they can't turn out some all natural products as mustard is about the healthiest condiment going. Another local producer I really like is Aardvark. Their stuff is tasty.

    I love mustard...all off them. As long as not to much vinegar and the spicier the better. My fav's are the real Chinese/Karashi/Japanese/Korean style mustards...so good! Dammit now I'm hungry.
    That "chemically" taste might be why I moved away from Beaver, and I'm with you and Eugene on the spicy Asian mustards!

    I have a feeling I'll be coming home with a few different mustards today.
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    I may be too old to cut the mustard, but I can still lick the jar.

    Um, what was the question? Beaver versus what?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockerc View Post
    Whole Grain Dijon... best when combined with Worcestershire sauce and used to marinate flank steak overnight before grilling and slicing super fine to have with a salad...

    I have given away my finest recipe and must now kill myself...
    Nooo, don't do it man!

    I've got chicken marinating in the fridge with a good amount of regular mustard and a bunch of other stuff: apple cider vinegar, soy sauce, lemon juice, Sriracha, and Worcestershire sauces. I should experiment with less ingredients, I get carried away sometimes. Dijon and Worcestershire sounds tasty!
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    My favorite is Inglehoffer. Inglehoffer Sweet Hot Pepper Mustard 10 oz - Beaverton Foods

    They have a ghost pepper version as well that I have not tried.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mileslong View Post
    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    "Mustard Fields Forever"

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    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    I like how this mustard is cut:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    Nooo, don't do it man!

    I've got chicken marinating in the fridge with a good amount of regular mustard and a bunch of other stuff: apple cider vinegar, soy sauce, lemon juice, Sriracha, and Worcestershire sauces. I should experiment with less ingredients, I get carried away sometimes. Dijon and Worcestershire sounds tasty!
    Yeah, when you grill the meat, get it good and blackened around the edges, and keep basting it with the mixture... Yuhummyy!
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    My first job was working in an orange juice factory,
    but I got canned ... couldn't concentrate.

    I then got a job at a mustard factory, I got canned from that one as well... couldn't cut the mustard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    My first job was working in an orange juice factory,
    but I got canned ... couldn't concentrate.

    I then got a job at a mustard factory, I got canned from that one as well... couldn't cut the mustard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by the one ring View Post
    I like how this mustard is cut:

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    Minions meandering thru the magnificent mustard...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    Minions meandering thru the magnificent mustard...
    There is definitely not enough good bike/mustard poetry these days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    My first job was working in an orange juice factory,
    but I got canned ... couldn't concentrate.

    I then got a job at a mustard factory, I got canned from that one as well... couldn't cut the mustard.
    Think you could cut it at an apple juice factory? I have a friend who's an incider...
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    there is a great german sausage place I go to for lunch time to time. they have a huge selection of mustards from all over. They also have a sign that says. NO Ketchup served here.
    for me a good mustard is french's yellow on a grilled hotdog. and yes it is against the law to put ketchup on a hotdog.
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    Quote Originally Posted by azimiut View Post
    and yes it is against the law to put ketchup on a hotdog.


    Does anyone else but me dip their french fries in mustard? I've never seen anyone else do it. It's sooo much better than ketchup.
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    Plain French's or this:

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    I make a mix of 2/3 Dijon and 1/3 Sriracha that is simply titties on sausages. Try it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by EugeneTheJeep View Post


    Does anyone else but me dip their french fries in mustard? I've never seen anyone else do it. It's sooo much better than ketchup.
    I dip fries in almost anything. Mucdonald's Hot Mustard was one of my faves for fry dipping.

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    I remember that jar, just can't remember how it tasted. It's not spicy, is it?

    I'll be sure to stop at a TJ's next time I'm near one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EugeneTheJeep View Post


    Does anyone else but me dip their french fries in mustard? I've never seen anyone else do it. It's sooo much better than ketchup.
    Mayo, the richer the better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EugeneTheJeep View Post


    Does anyone else but me dip their french fries in mustard? I've never seen anyone else do it. It's sooo much better than ketchup.
    Ranch dressing ftw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EugeneTheJeep View Post


    Does anyone else but me dip their french fries in mustard? I've never seen anyone else do it. It's sooo much better than ketchup.
    You must be French. French do it as a norm. Brits sometimes do but vinegar is the norm for them. Belgians do mayo.

    Ranch dressing sounds like it's worth a try
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    Quote Originally Posted by theMeat View Post
    Ranch dressing sounds like it's worth a try
    Are you saying you've never dipped fries in Ranch???

    I've been known to mix a little hot sauce, or even BBQ sauce with Ranch on occasion. I've even added pickle relish to some sauce concoctions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EugeneTheJeep View Post


    Does anyone else but me dip their french fries in mustard? I've never seen anyone else do it. It's sooo much better than ketchup.



    Mayo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theMeat View Post
    You must be French. French do it as a norm.
    Hmm I think I am some French. The ranch sounds good. Mixing mustard and ranch now we're talking!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    Are you saying you've never dipped fries in Ranch???

    I've been known to mix a little hot sauce, or even BBQ sauce with Ranch on occasion. I've even added pickle relish to some sauce concoctions.
    Never tried ranch, will have to now. Have done Russian dressing, which isn't actually Russian. That's pretty freakin good too
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    Quote Originally Posted by theMeat View Post
    Never tried ranch, will have to now. Have done Russian dressing, which isn't actually Russian. That pretty freakin good too
    1000 Island is good too! As is most "Secret Sauce" from burger joints, like Freddy's Fry Sauce.

    I just remembered some really good stuff from Bob's Big Boy in SoCal, they had a red relish that was so good, came on their Big Boy Combo buger. Burgers - Big Boy
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    Quote Originally Posted by the one ring View Post
    Think you could cut it at an apple juice factory? I have a friend who's an incider...
    No, but I once sprained my finger so I soaked it in cider.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    No, but I once sprained my finger so I soaked it in cider.
    What are you talking about?

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    That's "mustid" in the city.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    Here's a CE [courtesy embed] for ya.

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    Mustiard on em good to mae...umm hmmm.
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    I hate to say it, but there's just some movies I haven't seen.

    I am familiar with the quotes tho, umm hmmm.
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    Pullmans stone ground I think was the name. Established in the 1800's. My Safeway used to sell it but no longer does.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ancient rascal View Post
    Pullmans stone ground I think was the name. Established in the 1800's. My Safeway used to sell it but no longer does.
    I've had that, tasty spicy.

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    Thanks for the CE, DJ.
    No worries, it's what I do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    I've had that, tasty spicy.



    No worries, it's what I do.
    That Pullmans rocks ... who knows where I can get it? Maybe out of business? It moved off the shelves well in my Safeway then just disappeared.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    No worries, it's what I do.
    Sometimes I'll just leave a link, not because I don't know how to embed, but because I preferred not to, for whatever reason.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ancient rascal View Post
    Pullmans stone ground I think was the name. Established in the 1800's. My Safeway used to sell it but no longer does.
    Must have been a different name. Google would have pulled up something if it was ever produced.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    Must have been a different name. Google would have pulled up something if it was ever produced.
    ... Plochmans ... I googled famous stone ground mustards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ancient rascal View Post
    ... Plochmans ... I googled famous stone ground mustards.
    Just a few clicks and a few days away if you have prime.

    https://www.amazon.com/Plochmans-Mus...ground+mustard
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    Just a few clicks and a few days away if you have prime.

    https://www.amazon.com/Plochmans-Mus...ground+mustard
    That's the ticket! You won't be dissatisfied! Thanks man!
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    Sometimes I'll just leave a link, not because I don't know how to embed, but because I preferred not to, for whatever reason.
    It's not that I questioned your ability to do so but rather your etiquette in thanking those that went through the ttouble to help.
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    While shopping last weekend I was reminded of this thread and bought some of this. MMmmmm put some on last night's brats wow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by EugeneTheJeep View Post
    While shopping last weekend I was reminded of this thread and bought some of this. MMmmmm put some on last night's brats wow!

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    As a Cleveland native, there is only 1 mustard that goes on my hot dog:
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    ^^ That looks good!

    Forgot that I got some new mustards a while back (and another bottle of Tapatio), all for under $7 at Big Lots.

    They're all good, but the SBR's dipping sauce might not be as good on a hot dog as it would be on some chicken tenders. I favor the Nathan's over the Sandwich Pal Hot and Spicy. I did pick up a couple from TJ's in SoCal but haven't gotten around to trying them yet.

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    I'll have to pick up one of those Nathan's mustards.
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    This one is especially good

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    Quote Originally Posted by EugeneTheJeep View Post
    While shopping last weekend I was reminded of this thread and bought some of this. MMmmmm put some on last night's brats wow!

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    bought this at the store the other day just to see how "hot" it is. It's good! I dipped some chips in it for lunch today and for a while after when I looked off into the distance all I could see were shimmering mirages!

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    "shimmering mirages"

    I'm gonna have to find me some of that!
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    Recently grabbed a jar of Trader Joe's Dijon, "product of Dijon, France". Pretty good, would put it a few notches above Grey Poupon yet much cheaper. Nice crisp pop of spice off the cuff that tapers into a pleasant flavorful mustard finish. Would pair well with a fatty brat and a brewski.
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    WOW! Seriously tasty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    WOW! Seriously tasty.

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    DJ you didn't just eat your mustard, butter, bread hot dogs with a fork did you?

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    Lol-win, and no the fork was just for looks.
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    I asked for "Grey Poop-On", it wasn't what I thought it was.

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    Gunna try this out.

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    ^^Mustard with a history!

    I've been neglecting my passion for mustard lately. Thanks for bumping the thread, I'll try to seek out some new mustard asap!
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    ^^Mustard with a history!

    I've been neglecting my passion for mustard lately. Thanks for bumping the thread, I'll try to seek out some new mustard asap!
    Coincidence Eugene, my mustard contribution to this thread above, back in May. I havenít touched it since. Just yesterday I had the identical mustard on the identical bread with the identical hotdogs. Basically what Iím saying is it was the identical meal some 5 months later.

    Without the fork.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    ^^Mustard with a history!

    I've been neglecting my passion for mustard lately. Thanks for bumping the thread, I'll try to seek out some new mustard asap!
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    Coincidence Eugene, my mustard contribution to this thread above, back in May. I havenít touched it since. Just yesterday I had the identical mustard on the identical bread with the identical hotdogs. Basically what Iím saying is it was the identical meal some 5 months later.

    Without the fork.
    No forks for the hot dogs DJ yeah that's a weird twilight zone hot dog mustard story man!

    Corn you find the Mr Mustard yet? You missin out! HOT HOT
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    Quote Originally Posted by EugeneTheJeep View Post

    Corn you find the Mr Mustard yet? You missin out! HOT HOT
    That's "Mister" there bud, lol!

    They got a 'Sweet Hot Mister Mustard' too, it's on amazon, so I might try it.
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    LOL Ė Eugene, I swear it was Twilight Zone stuff.
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    That's been my favorite mustard for around 37 years...(Coleman's)
    It's also fun to make at home from the powder.
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    Oh snap Mister Mustard! Oh so good.
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    That's "Mister" there bud, lol!

    They got a 'Sweet Hot Mister Mustard' too, it's on amazon, so I might try it.
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    My first job was working in an orange juice factory,
    but I got canned ... couldn't concentrate.

    I then got a job at a mustard factory, I got canned from that one as well... couldn't cut the mustard.
    I was recently fired from the pickle factory for sticking my finger in the pickle slicer...



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    I am currently making some homemade fermented mustard. will see how it turns out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brewtality View Post
    I was recently fired from the pickle factory for sticking my finger in the pickle slicer...



    She got fired too.


    My favorite mustards are the collection from Sierra Nevada Brewing. Ironic since Iím not a fan of their beers.
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    I was like. . . Then I scrolled down to the punchline. LOL


    Azimiut, you my friend are brave. Canít wait to hear about the tastebud outcome. Iím pretty sure [could be mistaken] that mustard making is a trial and error over and over creation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by azimiut View Post
    I am currently making some homemade fermented mustard. will see how it turns out.
    Was going to ask if anybody makes their own as it basically grows wild everywhere. I tried to make some with seeds I collected many moons ago. The flavor was ok but texture not so much. If I had a vitamix or some high end blender I'd give it a go again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brewtality View Post
    My favorite mustards are the collection from Sierra Nevada Brewing.
    I'll stick with Pabst mustard thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rideit View Post
    That's been my favorite mustard for around 37 years...(Coleman's)
    It's also fun to make at home from the powder.
    Had some on hot dogs good stuff! I think it hits just the right amount of hot, will have to try on some sammiches, the little jar is almost gone already.
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    Got pretzels as my app at the local pizza joint. Came with a side of Lusty Monk mustard. Holy smokes that stuff is fire. Actually made about a mile away from the pizza joint. I don't think my sinuses have been this clear for over 30yrs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EugeneTheJeep View Post
    Gunna try this out.

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    That's my go to. I put it on everything. I keep the powder on hand too for when I make pickles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vader View Post
    That's my go to. I put it on everything. I keep the powder on hand too for when I make pickles.
    That's been my favorite so far, will have to look into the powder too. So is the powder like a spice or something?
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    Corn your original post, I got the Beaver brand, really like that hot sweet one, the wasabi horseradish is strangely delish too. I think I just like mustard!

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    Beaver is good stuff!!!

    Think I'll try to find some of that Coleman's this weekend, and I still need to look for that Mister Mustard too!
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    Tonight I eat a Brat with Spicy Brown, topped off with a Breckinridge Vanilla Porter.

    Superb!

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    Very nice. Well done Sir.

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    Crunchy mustard. Very nice kick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the one ring View Post
    I like how this mustard is cut:

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    When I cut back that exact same stuff with a seedeater, woooo-Hoooo! is it pungent.
    Clears sinuses, ears, flushes eyes, and awakens the Spirit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EugeneTheJeep View Post
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    Looks like Gene is the true mustard connoisseur around here. I be slackin!
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    Quote Originally Posted by WHALENARD View Post
    Recently grabbed a jar of Trader Joe's Dijon, "product of Dijon, France". Pretty good, would put it a few notches above Grey Poupon yet much cheaper. Nice crisp pop of spice off the cuff that tapers into a pleasant flavorful mustard finish. Would pair well with a fatty brat and a brewski.
    TJ's also makes a kick -ass organic slightly dark yellow mustard. ...very good for the price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockerc View Post
    Whole Grain Dijon... best when combined with Worcestershire sauce and used to marinate flank steak overnight before grilling and slicing super fine to have with a salad...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thatshowiroll View Post
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    I can imagine that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    Looks like Gene is the true mustard connoisseur around here. I be slackin!
    You got this bruh, you hit the Coleman's yet? Still my favorite. Mister Mustard is a must eat for the heat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Radium View Post
    TJ's also makes a kick -ass organic slightly dark yellow mustard. ...very good for the price.
    We finally have a TJ's opening up here soon!!! I guess now that the retail liquor laws have changed they decided it would be profitable.

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    You got this bruh, you hit the Coleman's yet? Still my favorite. Mister Mustard is a must eat for the heat.
    Nope, I've had a lot going on and totally forgot, I'll see if I can find it this weekend, and I'll add some to my amazon cart so I don't forget!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Radium View Post
    TJ's also makes a kick -ass organic slightly dark yellow mustard. ...very good for the price.
    This one? We always have it in the fridge, good stuff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by EugeneTheJeep View Post
    you hit the Coleman's yet?
    Oh boy!!!

    I was at Walmart and they had a small jar of it, was wondering why it was so small till I tried it, lot's of flavor out of a little bit! It's like a true mustard flavor experience. Can't wait to experiment with it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    Oh boy!!!

    I was at Walmart and they had a small jar of it, was wondering why it was so small till I tried it, lot's of flavor out of a little bit! It's like a true mustard flavor experience. Can't wait to experiment with it!
    It's my favorite so far, Mister Mustard not far behind. We keep saying Coleman, but it's Colman's I've been trying to say it in a Brit accent.

    I saw the Colman's at the store the other day in a regular plastic bottle but passed, not as cool as the little glass jar!
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    Quote Originally Posted by EugeneTheJeep View Post
    It's my favorite so far, Mister Mustard not far behind. We keep saying Coleman, but it's Colman's I've been trying to say it in a Brit accent.

    I saw the Colman's at the store the other day in a regular plastic bottle but passed, not as cool as the little glass jar!
    Coleman mustard is for camping, it powers your little stove top to make mustard coffee.
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    Dijon of any sort or Penzeys Spices hot mustard (powder) from Canada.
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    I used to like the Dijon or Stone ground, lately I've been doing honey mustard on my sandwiches, tasty!

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    Trying some of this for tonight's Brats.

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    I've tried some Sandwich Pal products, not sure on that one, will keep an eye out for it.

    I'm out of Colman's, dammit!!
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