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Who's a Mustard snob?? Pilsudski Horseradish Mustard OMG

Old 10-31-2018, 11:26 AM
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This stuff I've found is just stupid good....I'm an addict and honestly I don't know how I'm going to kick the habit.

I am now addicted to dipping spicy Preztel Crisps into this horseradish mustard and I am doing it almost every night. No clue how I'm gonna kick this....

BTW-this guys seasonings are also REALLY good, and very good quality to boot.

Pilsudski Mustard - Above the Coals BBQ/Grill Seasonings

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I like to think of myself as a mustard connoisseur, thanks for the tip.
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Hope it's better then that nasty Dukes mayo
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Originally Posted by Thalasso View Post
Hope it's better then that nasty Dukes mayo
Im with you but Jesus....on this board, don't DARE say a single ill word about it, they will CUT you 'round here. Best mayo outside of my mothers is by FAR Trader Joe's. Period.
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Trader Joe also has a really good garlic mustard
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Originally Posted by freedbaby View Post
Im with you but Jesus....on this board, don't DARE say a single ill word about it, they will CUT you 'round here. Best mayo outside of my mothers is by FAR Trader Joe's. Period.

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I would say I am a mustard snob. My inlaws send us our mustard from France (the country not the nasty yellow stuff). If we ever run low on our imported mustard, we go to Trader Joes. Very good. Not exactly the same, but close. Thanks for the tip on the brand mentioned above.

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Yall will have to let me know how you like it. I love mustard, and I also buy at Trader Joes. I love that place
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Dukes.
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yall should seriously try this mustard I posted. absolutely amazing.

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Originally Posted by freedbaby View Post
yall should seriously try this mustard I posted. absolutely amazing.
I’m gonna order some. I eat it with two boiled eggs nearly every morning. Thanks for sharing. Will try Traders mayo, too.
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Try these, I still love the Jack Daniel?s Old No. 7


Classic Mustard - Jack Daniel's Old No 7
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Try Lusty Monk Mustard.
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I bought a couple bottles at a boat show. Everyone knows that's the best place to buy mustard. I also like their sweet hot mustard with honey. It's great for dipping. Especially salted sorf pretzels.
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A good hot one is Mr Mustard
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this is the only mustard I have bought for the past 10yrs. Mustard is my favorite condiment hands down. I buy most of their flavors by the gallon and share with fam/friends. It is the best "yellow" mustard I have ever had (for soft pretzels mainly) - but hey yellow mustard is not the greatest otherwise. The Winter Garden and Dundicott Hot are amazing..... Rayes has been US made small batch for over 100yrs. It is the last surviving traditional stone ground mustard mill in the US.....

https://rayesmustard.com/
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The family brings us mustard every year from France and Germany. We also ask for Carte Noire coffee and Melfor vinegar. Love the international flavors. It's different.
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I bought their products (including the Wasabi) at the Edison fishing show last spring...great stuff
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