Mustard:Yay or Nay?

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Mustard:Yay or Nay?

Poll ended at Tue Nov 24, 2015 8:24 pm

Yay
16
70%
Nay
4
17%
Only with certain food like corned beef on rye
3
13%
 
Total votes: 23

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Re: Mustard:Yay or Nay?

#21 Post by Romeo » Thu Nov 05, 2015 6:52 am

Ba-Tampte Garlic pickles RULE!!!! :rockon: You can't get the garlic in many places outside of the tri-state area. Down in No VA my niece found them in her local Giant that got a case by accident (they carry the half sour) and literally bought all of them.

Mustard on potato Knishes are the ONLY way to eat them! :rockon:

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#22 Post by Romeo » Thu Nov 05, 2015 6:53 am

Artemis wrote:
Romeo wrote:I've never had a meat knish! :yikes:
I'm mostly a potato knish girl, and square only. I've had sweet potato and spinach knishes but never with beef. It sounds interesting!
The Yitz's ones are rectangular in shape, filled with spiced meat and potato. Apparently, the beef knish is a popular Toronto thing. I don't know about delis in other cities.


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ok that SERIOUSLY looks GOOD!! :nod:

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#23 Post by cricket_bows » Thu Nov 05, 2015 8:30 am

Romeo wrote:Ba-Tampte Garlic pickles RULE!!!!
And garlic pickles?!? Are you married? Because this is how you get married.

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#24 Post by Artemis » Thu Nov 05, 2015 8:38 am


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#25 Post by cricket_bows » Thu Nov 05, 2015 8:44 am

Had I been drinking almond milk, it would have come out my nose right now.

Artie, you are hee-sterical! :lol:

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#26 Post by perkana » Thu Nov 05, 2015 9:16 am

cricket_bows wrote:
Anyone else graduate from Poupon U? http://mustardmuseum.com/poupon-u/ (yes, there really is a mustard museum!)

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Never been to Wisconsin, guess now I have to visit (plus, Chicago is 2 hours away? Not bad :wink: )

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#27 Post by guysmiley » Thu Nov 05, 2015 10:01 am

Big fan of karashi here. Spicy Chinese Mustard. :rockon:

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#28 Post by Hype » Thu Nov 05, 2015 11:34 am

perkana wrote:
cricket_bows wrote:
Anyone else graduate from Poupon U? http://mustardmuseum.com/poupon-u/ (yes, there really is a mustard museum!)

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Never been to Wisconsin, guess now I have to visit (plus, Chicago is 2 hours away? Not bad :wink: )
Wisconsin is a weird place. Madison and Milwaukee are incredible, and everywhere else is country-shitholes. They also have "alligator bites" at the pubs, which I thought was cool (we don't get a lot of alligator up in Canada). It also has some incredible local beer (New Glarus!).

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#29 Post by kv » Thu Nov 05, 2015 11:42 am

haven't been to Milwaukee but def second Madison as being sweet

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#30 Post by Romeo » Thu Nov 05, 2015 1:38 pm

guysmiley wrote:Big fan of karashi here. Spicy Chinese Mustard. :rockon:
my Mother put Chinese mustard on everything


Her sinuses were always clear! :wink:

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#31 Post by Artemis » Thu Nov 05, 2015 3:38 pm

With all the potato knish and mustard talk, I HAD to try it. :lol:

Verdict: DELICIOUS! I think next time I will try with a different type of mustard. I used the Maille Old Style whole grain.


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#32 Post by erotic cheeses » Thu Nov 05, 2015 5:22 pm

The only mustard worth it salt is english mustard with the bite that it brings. I tried to get German mustard the other day without success

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#33 Post by mockbee » Thu Nov 05, 2015 10:27 pm

I just think of mustard as another condiment but I was at a McMenamins this evening and saw this Terminator Stout mustard and had mustard on the mind for some reason so tried some on a prime rib French dip and it was deeeeliscious!
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#34 Post by Romeo » Fri Nov 06, 2015 8:07 am

Artemis wrote:With all the potato knish and mustard talk, I HAD to try it. :lol:

Verdict: DELICIOUS! I think next time I will try with a different type of mustard. I used the Maille Old Style whole grain.


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#35 Post by SR » Fri Nov 06, 2015 8:32 am

Corned beef on rye, maybe.....corned beef, horseradish (spicy)

Mustard rocks.....Dijon a region in Burgundy has a great number of varieties and though some will argue is just fucking incredible with forcemeats (pates, etc), finely minced shallots, and toasted baguettes.

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#36 Post by SR » Fri Nov 06, 2015 9:01 am

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And this for brats, sausage, sandwiches, or even pate. Insane flavor and mouthfeel.....viscosity is insane good.

And one more thing, Dijon mustard is a wonderful base for very easy to make sauces. Just some dollups in a saucepan, cream (or slurry), cheese for salt and additional consistency, fresh herbs (maybe tarragon), and voila. Less than five minutes.....great for a chix kiev or stuffed chix breast. Careful on heat.....too little and won't emulsify.....too much, broken sauce.

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Re: Mustard:Yay or Nay?

#37 Post by farrellgirl99 » Fri Nov 06, 2015 2:57 pm

Wow I haven't had a knish in so long. Now I am craving one after this thread :lol:

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#38 Post by Romeo » Sat Nov 07, 2015 1:15 am

Make sure you put mustard on it :lol:

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Re: Mustard:Yay or Nay?

#39 Post by Artemis » Wed Feb 19, 2020 5:49 am

I would try it. :nod:

https://kitchenfunwithmy3sons.com/frenc ... RDF7jslEt8

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Mustard Ice Cream
French’s wanted a new interesting snack of National Mustard Day, which falls on August 3rd. So, they involved an ice cream and sandwich company, Coolhaus, to help with their plan.

After 115 years of simply using mustard to add flavor to things, they wanted to change things up. The company thought, why not ice cream?
Coolhaus CEO Natasha Case shared her experience with helping their new ice cream. It was a challenge because they wanted to incorporate the brand and taste of the mustard while making a delicious treat as well.

They use real French mustard in the ice cream and then incorporate cake batter to create a delicious snack.

HOW IT TASTES
One described the taste of this new ice cream flavor. It has a creamy base and a rather sweet taste. This ice cream tastes more like a soft pretzel with little hints of mustard. If they didn’t know better, it seemed like salted caramel ice cream.

NATIONAL MUSTARD DAY
On National Mustard Day they plan to serve their ice cream along with a pretzel cookie. You can get some of this delicious French mustard ice cream in Los Angeles and New York City. Coolhaus will be serving scoops on August 2-4 and August 9-11.

French will also have their own ice cream truck that will be in Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Hamptons throughout August 1-3.

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Re: Mustard:Yay or Nay?

#40 Post by mockbee » Thu Feb 20, 2020 7:55 am

Hell NO! :essence:


ketchup.. :wave:

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