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2020-08-13 4:25:33 AM  
Passing mustard is going to burn like a sonofabitich
 
2020-08-13 4:39:44 AM  
 
2020-08-13 4:39:57 AM  
Yes I make my own mustard.
Cheese and wine too.

But def have made spicy, Honey, sweet, blackened, and standard mustards.
 
2020-08-13 4:47:20 AM  
1/2 Keene's dry mustard powder
1/2 white flour

Combine

Add water and stir to desired consistency

Add a little sugar if desired

Adjust dry ingrediants ratio as desired for hotness.
 
2020-08-13 4:53:48 AM  
Yes, I make my own mustard, smooth and while grain. Dead easy, and better than most of what I can buy. I do still nurture a secret fondness for Grey Poupon, though. And Honeycup.
 
2020-08-13 6:37:34 AM  

Benevolent Misanthrope: Yes, I make my own mustard, smooth and while grain. Dead easy, and better than most of what I can buy. I do still nurture a secret fondness for Grey Poupon, though. And Honeycup.


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2020-08-13 6:42:36 AM  
Whoever's sandwich pal, sweet and spicy is my go-to at the moment
 
2020-08-13 6:45:47 AM  
Lowensenf Extra is really nice, if you can find it.
 
2020-08-13 7:16:20 AM  
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2020-08-13 7:17:53 AM  
Mustard on anything ruins it
 
2020-08-13 7:30:47 AM  
Nothing goes better with a Zweigles Hot Dog than Nance's
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2020-08-13 7:58:05 AM  

Dissident Sheep: Mustard on anything ruins it


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2020-08-13 8:03:53 AM  
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2020-08-13 8:04:43 AM  

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Ooh, shoulda checked the size of that.
 
2020-08-13 8:11:47 AM  

offacue: offacue: [Fark user image 700x1432]

Ooh, shoulda checked the size of that.


That will never fit on the fridge shelf, but on the door should be OK.
 
2020-08-13 8:40:06 AM  
Beaver mustard

See anything you like?  Keep clicking there's five pages of them.

(Wife hates mustard, so I'm limited to five bottles)
 
2020-08-13 8:46:30 AM  
My absolute favorite (when I can find it) ...

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2020-08-13 8:50:28 AM  
Cheap yellow mustard and brown mustard, two different flavors really.  Anything fancier and I mix the add-ins for the specific recipe.  Honey mustard is too high calorie to keep a big jar of it around for example.
 
2020-08-13 8:52:30 AM  
Don't really like it
 
2020-08-13 8:56:46 AM  
Dijon mustard is my usual go-to mustard on steak, of which Gray Poupon is a brand (but I've never tried it). Similar to Colemans brand which you can buy as a powder to make yourself or ready made.
 
2020-08-13 8:57:03 AM  
Favorite and most expensive at six bucks a jar is maille whole grain mustard. The whole seeds are like little flavor bombs when you bite them...otherwise i keep plain yellow mustard and stoneground spicy mustard, both store brand. I also keep ddry mustard powder for when a recipe needs it...
 
2020-08-13 9:05:28 AM  

skiinstructor: Favorite and most expensive at six bucks a jar is maille whole grain mustard. The whole seeds are like little flavor bombs when you bite them...otherwise i keep plain yellow mustard and stoneground spicy mustard, both store brand. I also keep ddry mustard powder for when a recipe needs it...


Maille's horseradish mustard is to die for.
 
2020-08-13 9:19:43 AM  
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Gotta love the Sweet Hot Beaver

\also, Trader Joe's mustard is an excellent, less-expensive substitute for Grey Poopon...
 
2020-08-13 9:20:27 AM  
Just started a batch of Spicy Mango fermented mustard last week, I'll let you know how it turns out😊
 
2020-08-13 9:23:12 AM  
I have an entire mustard shelf in my fridge.  This one is my all-time favorite:

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The runner-up which is a completely different style:

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2020-08-13 9:33:27 AM  

Benevolent Misanthrope: And Honeycup.


Such a soft spot for Honeycup!
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2020-08-13 9:36:46 AM  
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2020-08-13 9:41:46 AM  
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2020-08-13 9:56:49 AM  
Dijon Mustard Recipe - How to Make Dijon-Style Mustard
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Here is a recipe from Food Wishes Chef John for homemade dijon mustard using whole mustard seeds. I made it and it's pretty good.
 
2020-08-13 10:00:41 AM  

noazark: My absolute favorite (when I can find it) ...

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Is that an Ohio thing? I've only had it in Toledo
 
2020-08-13 10:01:23 AM  
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I make my own, but also have a handful of others.  This is my favorite store-bought version.  For obvious reasons, I am currently unable to replenish my stash and I'm running low.
 
2020-08-13 10:07:36 AM  
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I mix up the powder with water every time I cook frozen eggrolls. It's better and cheaper than jars of oriental mustard. Also great for BBQ dry rubs.
 
2020-08-13 10:16:08 AM  
ProTip:  If you're making a dish that calls for dried mustard, add a pinch or two of turmeric to punch up the color.
 
2020-08-13 10:17:37 AM  

Psychopompous: noazark: My absolute favorite (when I can find it) ...

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Is that an Ohio thing? I've only had it in Toledo



I occasionally chance to find it -- and other Woeber's 'Sandwich Pal' varieties -- at Ralphs (Kroger) and at Pavilions/Vons, here in the Los Angeles area ... but none of them seem to stock it regularly. -_-
 
2020-08-13 10:22:03 AM  
If you're ever in the Madison, Wisconsin area, head over to Middleton and visit the National Mustard Museum. Mustard shop and sample stations on the main floor, mustards from all over the world in the lower level.


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2020-08-13 10:30:47 AM  
For a while, they sold Srihacha mustard at Fry's (Kroger) in AZ.  They stopped doing that.  The best substitute that I have found is roughly 60/40 dijon mustard and Srihacha, spread on bread and mixed up well with a knife.  This means you have to get two bottles of condiments out of the fridge instead of one, but oh well.
 
2020-08-13 10:30:58 AM  
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My personal favorite for day to day use.
 
2020-08-13 10:32:47 AM  
When I discovered this ambrosia I nearly felt as though I had died.

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2020-08-13 10:34:19 AM  
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2020-08-13 10:34:42 AM  
Banned Grey Poupon Ad
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2020-08-13 10:35:08 AM  

WhiskeySticks: If you're ever in the Madison, Wisconsin area, head over to Middleton and visit the National Mustard Museum. Mustard shop and sample stations on the main floor, mustards from all over the world in the lower level.


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Is that......is that heaven?
 
2020-08-13 10:38:38 AM  
Plochman's Stone Ground for pastrami and roast beef
Gulden's for hot dogs and grilled sausage
Some kind of horseradish/mustard for egg rolls
a Dijon style for a cassoulet
 
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2020-08-13 10:42:21 AM  

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Gotta love the Sweet Hot Beaver

\also, Trader Joe's mustard is an excellent, less-expensive substitute for Grey Poopon...


Yes. Sweet hot mustard on a bratwurst with onions and peppers in a pretzel roll.
 
2020-08-13 10:44:06 AM  

Ant: CheekyMonkey: [Fark user image image 161x313]
Gotta love the Sweet Hot Beaver

\also, Trader Joe's mustard is an excellent, less-expensive substitute for Grey Poopon...

Yes. Sweet hot mustard on a bratwurst with onions and peppers in a pretzel roll.


I've been told FARK dot com is not my personal erotica site.

I've been told wrong.
 
2020-08-13 10:44:44 AM  

BunkyBrewman: I have an entire mustard shelf in my fridge.  This one is my all-time favorite:

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The runner-up which is a completely different style:

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I literally thought I might be the only person alive with a mustard shelf. Mine is looking a bit sparse right now simply because getting out and about is... Well I think we all know.
 
2020-08-13 10:46:16 AM  

casual disregard: WhiskeySticks: If you're ever in the Madison, Wisconsin area, head over to Middleton and visit the National Mustard Museum. Mustard shop and sample stations on the main floor, mustards from all over the world in the lower level.


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Is that......is that heaven?


If there's one to believe in, yes.
Last visit I picked up a few mustards that are sold in various sports stadiums. Cleveland had two - guessing one was the old, racist Indians mustard. Or maybe one was really a Browns brown mustard but was too ashamed to admit it. Kidding. I think we dropped about $75 on mustard alone.
 
2020-08-13 10:53:35 AM  
I was making my own mustard for a while.  Soak mustard seeds in cold water.  Drain.  I would zuzz about half of them in the food processor with fresh garlic, powdered mustard (Colman's or whatever is available and as hot as possible) and some pomegranate molasses. Very little vinegar as it cuts the heat. Add the remaining whole seeds.  Spicy, sweet, delicious.  Absolutely slammin' on a corned beef sandwich.

I was a line cook for a while and I never got used to not having the place look like a disaster area when i was finished so it's mostly off the shelf for me nowadays.
 
2020-08-13 10:59:11 AM  

WhiskeySticks: If you're ever in the Madison, Wisconsin area, head over to Middleton and visit the National Mustard Museum. Mustard shop and sample stations on the main floor, mustards from all over the world in the lower level.


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Came here to post these photos. I go there once or twice a year to stock up. My favorites:

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They used to make their own horseradish mustard that got refrigerated immediately after making it so the heat had no chance of mellowing.

I don't make my own mustard but I do use a fair amount of mustard powder in various recipes. I get both regular and hot Chinese from Penzeys and mix the two depending on the recipe. Colman's is 60% regular, 40% hot so I use that as my taste guide, depending on the effect I want.
 
2020-08-13 11:03:35 AM  
This is my goto source for things not normally found at the grocery store. Link goes to the mustards they offer.
 
2020-08-13 11:20:23 AM  

noazark: My absolute favorite (when I can find it) ...

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My dad used to make his own horseradish. Grew the root and it was processed with white wine vinegar and that's about it I think. Cleared your sinus' right out.
 
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