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Old 17-07-2013, 06:26   #16
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Colemans English Mustard....
but need to carry a good English Horseradish Sauce as well... they can't get it right anywhere else...
wishy washy baby puke under false colours...
You need to get out more.

Haub House, Haubstadt, IN where they make Real Horseradish.The English stole their recipe, but got it wrong...and have to settle for cole slaw...
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Old 17-07-2013, 06:41   #17
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You need to get out more.

Haub House, Haubstadt, IN where they make Real Horseradish.The English stole their recipe, but got it wrong...and have to settle for cole slaw...
That's the baby puke I'm talking about... about as fierce as a newborn kitten...
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Old 17-07-2013, 06:47   #18
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That's the baby puke I'm talking about... about as fierce as a newborn kitten...
lmao...well just sail on up the Ohio river, and if it is as sweet as a "kitten"
the steaks on me ! I will get a table back in a corner where no one will see
your tears...
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Old 17-07-2013, 06:54   #19
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Lusty Monk mustard made in Asheville, NC. Great stuff. I prefer the "Original Sin", but the "Burn in Hell" stuff is pretty good too.
+1 Lusty Monk! They use Lusty Monk in the mustard BBQ sauce for ribs at Luellas in Asheville. Heaven!

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lmao...well just sail on up the Ohio river, and if it is as sweet as a "kitten"
the steaks on me ! I will get a table back in a corner where no one will see
your tears...
Before you start making bets... I enjoy eating small green chilli's raw.. and other fiery foods...
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Old 17-07-2013, 07:12   #21
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+1 Lusty Monk! They use Lusty Monk in the mustard BBQ sauce for ribs at Luellas in Asheville. Heaven!

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Another +1 for lusty monk.
You can enjoy it alongside good beer at headwaters brewery in waynesville n.c.
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Re: Mustard

us eby date--mustard has one????

fridge--mustard????? lol...not yet....

this boat came with a bottle?plastic with squeeze top-- frenches crappy mustard----ok it has its uses---so i went out an dbought a decent brown mustard for using and kept the old one in boat--is still good for spaghetti sauce, so... well... 5 yrs later i still have that old yellow mustard---it is still good for spaghetti sauce improvements...fridge it??????
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Horseradish mustard!
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Horseradish mustard!
Yes, FTW!
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i have green horseradish mustard ( wasabi) powder for use after i catch a tuna....with soy----yummmmmm
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Re: Mustard

Pommery or Reijne de Djion always works for me, Colemans is too fierce and whole grain types are too trendy.

However Id forsake all these , to ensure I had a supply of very high quality Olive Oil on board.. and Honey. ( plus red and white french wine vinegar's) . Mayo I can always make, mustard I can live without

+1 with Boatman on Horseradish , mix it through poached salmon.yum

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Re: Mustard

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Horseradish with salmon - yes
Horseradish with beetroot - double yes
Colemans HE with bacon -yes
Colemans HE with roast beef - double yes.
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Why does mayo get all the attention? It only comes in one flavor.
Mayo come in flavors, you need to pay more attention.

The only problem is that it becomes like mustard that takes up so much space once you have too many jars around.
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Mayo come in flavors, you need to pay more attention.
no it doesnt, your talking about flavoured Mayo, an abomination worthy of excommunication or the Spanish inquisition.

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no it doesnt, your talking about flavoured Mayo, an abomination worthy of excommunication or the Spanish inquisition.

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Yup... buncha deviants over there... I mean to say... coffee that tastes Hazelnut and other weird ***** so you can't taste the coffee... Stop Calling it Coffee...
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