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Old Nov 16, 07, 5:48 pm
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Mustard fans?

i was wondering if there were any mustard fans in the house...or wait is it cock pit? anyone here used mustard like Grey Poupon Mustard on a regular basis? has anyone ever been served it on a flight?
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Old Nov 16, 07, 5:56 pm
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While I don't think I am the person for whom you're looking, I will say that I always turn up my nose at ketchup () in favor of mustard. I eat my fries with mustard in the same manner that most eat their fries with ketchup or mayonnaise (double ). And, yes, sometimes (e.g. at the company cafeteria) the mustard of choice when I eat my fries is Grey Poupon.
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Old Nov 16, 07, 6:00 pm
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I put mustard on everything. Every mustard I've tasted has been excellent, but I prefer brown spicy mustard - typically Gulden's.

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I'm partial to the Sweet n Hot type.
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I like a French coarse grain mustard like this Meaux in the stoneware crock: http://www.splendidpalate.com/produc...tard-meaux.htm

And I'm also partial to deli style spicy mustard like the Plochman's Kosciusco in the glass jar: http://www.plochman.com/products.htm

And I buy French's Classic Yellow from Costco in the 1 gallon containers for $4 or $5!

I like mustard alot!
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French's Yellow Mustard.

Only.

Period.

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funny you should mention it... I was craving Mustard this morning when I had a turkey sandwich for breakfast and couldn't find a single packet around the office... had to settle for some ketchup, but it wasn't what I was expecting.

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Old Nov 17, 07, 11:57 am
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I cannot stand plain yellow mustard. I remember being at a birthday party when I was quite young and wouldn't eat because all the hotdogs were pre-mustarded (a new word). It turns out that it was plain yellow mustard I didn't like. I like other varieties (grainy browns, hot/sweet, etc) and use them regularly. It took me 30-something years to regularly put mustards in the repertoire after such childhood traumas.
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Old Nov 17, 07, 12:35 pm
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Oh good lord, yes. I adore mustard, prefer the grainy French varieties but any will be happily enjoyed. I buy Maille as a brand, or any Dijon mustard. I posted in the weird foods thread about my penchant for cheese and mustard on toast. I eat it regularly and think its quite normal but until FT i had not met another that indulged in the same treat. I'll also slather mustard on chicken, hot dogs, whatever really. Yum yum!
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Originally Posted by LaydeeSarah View Post
I posted in the weird foods thread about my penchant for cheese and mustard on toast. I eat it regularly and think its quite normal but until FT i had not met another that indulged in the same treat.

Ummm ... isn't that Welsh Rarebit (a/k/a "rabbit")? I like it myself, but loathe raw, sliced tomato, which is usually included.
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Old Nov 17, 07, 4:39 pm
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Originally Posted by cblaisd View Post
French's Yellow Mustard.

Only.

Period.

After my own heart. I love French's, but all other mustards burn my sinuses like I snorted vinegar. Also happens with horseradish and wasabi.
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To Planes 21: To answer your question after visiting the website below, I think the closest airports to Mt. Horeb, Wisc. with commercial service are Madison (MSN) and Milwaukee (MKE).

http://www.mustardweb.com/
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Originally Posted by JerseyVics View Post
funny you should mention it... I was craving Mustard this morning when I had a turkey sandwich for breakfast and couldn't find a single packet around the office... had to settle for some ketchup, but it wasn't what I was expecting.

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Turkey sandwiches are made with mayo
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Originally Posted by Points Scrounger View Post
Turkey sandwiches are made with mayo
be it as it may, I was craving Mustard...

no mayo for me...

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Originally Posted by Points Scrounger View Post
I'm partial to the Sweet n Hot type.
I like the one Hickory Farms makes.
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