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Old 13-10-2008, 17:52   #16
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Old 14-10-2008, 00:01   #17
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Good old Heinz salad mustard. It ain't pretentious but you can't beat it on a Ball Park hot dog.

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A local mustard to this area is DATLDO, or something like that. Delicious, and in many flavors. Makes great basting sauce too for BBQing!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 14-10-2008, 06:03   #19
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check out Raye's Mustards in Eastport, Me. on line. they have been in business since 1900. oldest factory in U.S. many flavors all made right there. worth a visit if anyone gets up that way
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Some of those sound really interesting.

Perhaps we should open this thread a might to include the sauces that people think should be present in the galley, either as flavours for the cooking or as condiments for the table.

Here are my contenders:

Soy sauce
Teriyaki sauce
Oyster sauce
Lea and Perrins Worcester sauce
Sweet Chilli sauce
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Oh man, Sriracha takes the cake in my book. Nice and spicy!

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Old 24-10-2008, 16:08   #23
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Coleman's English Mustard for me.......
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I prefer the grainer style mustards, but the original grey pupon is good as well.
guldons brown mustard is fine too.
But the kids won't touch anything other than the plain jane yellow mustard.

Love the stuff.
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Coleman's English Mustard for me.......
Another vote for Coleman's here too.
We carry it in both ready mixed in a jar and also in powder form. It's a lot hotter than your standard yellow mustard in the US but a must with any form of beef.

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Hmm, Zataran's Creole Mustard on my boat right now. Also like Tabasco brand spicy mustard.
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Ahh, the french islands have so many good mustards and Pate'...............
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Guldons Spicy Brown ....is what I carry...

Horseradish...is essential for bloody marys
as is Worchester sauce.

Wasabi....for that Tuna catch!!....
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Besides the Estragon Austrian Mustard available online at the link below my boat cannot sail without also carrying a good supply of Choulula

Taste of Austria -- Estragon Senf Mustard

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Koops horseradish mustard here
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