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Triptime48 21-11-2007 10:44

Mustard on a Boat
 
i was wondering if there were any mustard lovers here. does anyone here have any mustard in their cruising boat right now. whats everyone favorite brand? Grey Poupon Mustard perhaps?

Windgeist 21-11-2007 16:29

Whenever we visit family in Austria we pick up a few tubes of this...good stuff! Unfortunately we're out :eek:

https://www.austrianfood.net/i/estragonmustard.jpg

Latitude9.5 22-11-2007 22:48

You should carry the gray poupon just in case you pass some ritzy boat, only to discover they are out and currently in need, then you could pass the poupon through a portlight.

lol, hell i've had a hell of a time finding honey mustard without high fructose corn syrup.

Entlie 23-11-2007 04:51

Coleman's mustard (powder in a yellow can). You can mix it into marinades, add a little to your quiche, and add white wine and seasonings to make your own mustard whenever you need it If it's too tangy, add a little sugar.

Trader Joe's Hot & Sweet Mustard. Inexpensive and Tasty.

Guldens Squeeze - convenient and great on sandwiches.

Grey Poupon - the biggest jar you can manage. Good on everything, and makes great mustard viniagrette.

And Cranberry Mustard - easily available this time of year. Terrific on turkey sandwiches, and makes a good pretzel dip.

Entlie
Sailing Catamaran Sunspot Baby

GordMay 23-11-2007 05:19

ANTON KOZLIK'S offers prepared mustards in over 30 flavours, as well as seeds & powders.
Goto: >> Anton Kozliks Canadian Mustard Types - Canada - Order Online - Wholesale and Retail Mustards

Recipes (with mustard): Order Online - Anton Kozlik's Canadian Mustard Types

stevensc 23-11-2007 07:45

Zatarains Creole Mustard is popular here in So. Louisiana and the Gulf Coast it is coarse stone ground and very flavorfull, I don't know if it is available in other areas.
Steve Willett
Camano 31
Thibodaux, Louisiana

db8us 23-11-2007 10:45

Maille Dijon-Senf

Tom Spohn 23-11-2007 10:55

While not actually a mustard we like Japanese Wasabi powder. It is just the thing for fresh seafood. For mustard on locally made sausage we like Grey Poupon with Beaver horseradish.

Triptime48 28-11-2007 13:07

Quote:

Originally Posted by Latitude9.5 (Post 113057)
You should carry the gray poupon just in case you pass some ritzy boat, only to discover they are out and currently in need, then you could pass the poupon through a portlight.

lol, hell i've had a hell of a time finding honey mustard without high fructose corn syrup.

LOL. i take it...you've tried Grey Poupon Mustard b4 which flavors have u tried b4??? and i take it you also remember the commercials Latitude??? pardon me however....YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Entlie (Post 113101)
Coleman's mustard (powder in a yellow can). You can mix it into marinades, add a little to your quiche, and add white wine and seasonings to make your own mustard whenever you need it If it's too tangy, add a little sugar.

Trader Joe's Hot & Sweet Mustard. Inexpensive and Tasty.

Guldens Squeeze - convenient and great on sandwiches.

Grey Poupon - the biggest jar you can manage. Good on everything, and makes great mustard viniagrette.

And Cranberry Mustard - easily available this time of year. Terrific on turkey sandwiches, and makes a good pretzel dip.

Entlie
Sailing Catamaran Sunspot Baby

those are all mighty fine mustards you mentioned. big jar of Grey Poupon eh?? i have 3 mini jars of their 3 new flavors: Hearty Spicy Brown, Harvest Coarse Ground and Savory Honey? which jar (s) of Grey Poupon Mustard do u have Entlie?

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Originally Posted by Tom Spohn (Post 113163)
While not actually a mustard we like Japanese Wasabi powder. It is just the thing for fresh seafood. For mustard on locally made sausage we like Grey Poupon with Beaver horseradish.

whoa! whats beaver horseradish Tom?? also what kind of Grey Poupon Mustard do u use with the beaver horseradish??? if you're definently into Grey Poupon Mustard i definently recommend Hearty Spicy Brown its one of their 3 new flavors. it works really well w/ grilled meats (i.e. the sausages that you prepare)

yachtdaemon 28-06-2008 21:13

Homemade!
 
This is the best mustard! It keeps for ages and can be flavoured as you choose. The basic recipe is:

Daemon Mustard

1 1/2 cups mustard seed
1 c vinegar
1 c olive oil
1 tsp salt
1/2 tsp black pepper (ground)
1 c brandy/sherry/whiskey/vermouth (do NOT use tequila - that was truly foul mustard!)

Mix together, leave 24 hours, blend to desired consistency (eg: wholegrain, grainy or smooth - smoother is hotter) and put into jars.

Easy and delicious.

Maren 29-06-2008 00:00

Quote:

Originally Posted by Triptime48 (Post 112720)
i was wondering if there were any mustard lovers here. does anyone here have any mustard in their cruising boat right now. whats everyone favorite brand? Grey Poupon Mustard perhaps?

I like Pommery mustard. However it isn't the smooth texture you normally associate with mustard and is considerably more expensive. Also, it normally comes with a cork top so you would have to be careful in storing it but DAMN it's good!

Little Otter 29-06-2008 22:17

YACHTDAEMON have you ever tried putting moonshine in your mustard,HAHAHAHAHA!!!!! That could be an interesting flavor. if you do let me know how it turns out.

Little Otter 28-09-2008 21:16

by the way i prefer jack daniels Old no. 69 mustard.=)

Talbot 13-10-2008 14:13

I consider the following as being the absolute minimum mustard for a gentlemens cruise:

Wasabe for the sushi
Dijon for sausages
La Favourite Horseradish and mustard for beef
Pommery mustard for all other requirements.

in addition one requires:
Balsamic vinegar - which should be from the Naples region, and at least 10 years old
Light and dark soy sauce.
ginger root to enable thin shavings to be taken to clear the palet when eating sushi.

A proper chef needs the appropriate knives as well.

skatastrophy 13-10-2008 14:26

Reading a thread talking about delicious food is a killer during my last hour at work :'(

The best mustard I've ever had was in Paris. As an appetizer at a restaurant they served some fresh french bread and some mustard from Dijon (a town of which a way of preparing mustard is named). Before then I never would have guessed that I would enjoy such a thing, being a non-fan of mustard. Good lord was that mustard spicy and delicious!

There's nothing like a good dijon mustard (and no, Grey Poop-on is in no way a good dijon :p)!

Roy M 13-10-2008 17:52

I love this forum.

roverhi 14-10-2008 00:01

Good old Heinz salad mustard. It ain't pretentious but you can't beat it on a Ball Park hot dog.

Aloha
Peter O.
Pearson 35 #108

imagine2frolic 14-10-2008 05:26

A local mustard to this area is DATLDO, or something like that. Delicious, and in many flavors. Makes great basting sauce too for BBQing!!!!!!!!!!

mike d. 14-10-2008 06:03

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

imagine2frolic 14-10-2008 06:15

Datl Do-It Products

For the locals here's some information.

Talbot 14-10-2008 07:44

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

skatastrophy 14-10-2008 08:20

Oh man, Sriracha takes the cake in my book. Nice and spicy!

Sriracha

r.furborough 24-10-2008 16:08

Coleman's English Mustard for me.......

bobfnbw 20-12-2008 00:54

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.

Adaero 20-12-2008 02:06

Quote:

Originally Posted by r.furborough (Post 218268)
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.

Happy Christmas to you all
Regards
Adaero

SouthernComfort 20-12-2008 09:24

Hmm, Zataran's Creole Mustard on my boat right now. Also like Tabasco brand spicy mustard.

Cheechako 20-12-2008 11:06

Ahh, the french islands have so many good mustards and Pate'...............

Tempest245 20-12-2008 13:18

Guldons Spicy Brown ....is what I carry...

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

Wasabi....for that Tuna catch!!....

Soft Air 20-12-2008 14:04

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

Cholula Hot Sauce

forsailbyowner 20-12-2008 14:13

Koops horseradish mustard here

Québec 1 20-12-2008 16:35

In Canada we use Keen's dry mustard in a can:

For over 250 years, Keen's has provided premium quality Dry Mustard to discerning customers around the world. The brand was first manufactured and sold in 1742 by Messers Keen and Sons in the Garlick Hill section of London, England. Keen's quickly established itself as a superior mustard, winning prestigious medals in London, Paris, Moscow, Australia and Philadelphia while also obtaining royal warrants to William 1V, Queen Victoria and Napoleon III. Today the tradition continues. Keen's Dry Mustard is manufactured by Colman's of Norwich by appointment to Queen Elizabeth II, and remains the "genuine double superfine" grade. Insist on the very best. Use Keen's Dry Mustard.
Q1

Maren 21-12-2008 16:35

Quote:

Originally Posted by Québec 1 (Post 235322)
In Canada we use Keen's dry mustard in a can:

For over 250 years, Keen's has provided premium quality Dry Mustard to discerning customers around the world. The brand was first manufactured and sold in 1742 by Messers Keen and Sons in the Garlick Hill section of London, England. Keen's quickly established itself as a superior mustard, winning prestigious medals in London, Paris, Moscow, Australia and Philadelphia while also obtaining royal warrants to William 1V, Queen Victoria and Napoleon III. Today the tradition continues. Keen's Dry Mustard is manufactured by Colman's of Norwich by appointment to Queen Elizabeth II, and remains the "genuine double superfine" grade. Insist on the very best. Use Keen's Dry Mustard.
Q1

That sounds straight up like an advert. ::devil:

Tom and Maje 08-06-2009 05:27

Quote:

Originally Posted by db8us (Post 113161)
Maille Dijon-Senf

Yes! All types.

drew.ward 08-06-2009 19:46

In the US the various mustards from Louisiana are generally the best, but for overall ease of use and taste, the German Senf in the metal tubes great!

sparty 08-06-2009 20:29

Final Answer, Woeber's Jalapeno Mustard. "Since 1905"

cosmosmariner 08-06-2009 20:36

Boar's Head Mustard, in plastic squeeze bottles. Horse Radish, Deli Style and Jalapeno are very good.

captain58sailin 08-06-2009 20:38

I think, I'll go have a snack.

Tom and Maje 08-06-2009 23:35

Quote:

Originally Posted by drew.ward (Post 290841)
In the US the various mustards from Louisiana are generally the best, but for overall ease of use and taste, the German Senf in the metal tubes great!

We live in Germany and although I agree that German mustard is very good it doesn't have a chance against Maille's mustards. It is very easy all over Europe to find everything from anchovie paste to tomato paste in easy to pack tubes.

Maje

mesquaukee 09-06-2009 13:33

New uses for mustard on a cruising boat.
A boat we were travelling with blew out the seals on the freshwater cooling pump on the old perkins engine. A few minutes later we were on our way again. He told me he had dumped a dime jar of mustard into the header tank. Later during cocktail hour I asked him what brand of stop leak he had used, he kept talking about mustard.
He, being an old time mechanic, had actually poured a cup of mustard into the cooling system. It works! It plugs the leak in a few minutes and lasts as long as you keep the engine running. As soon as the engine cools down and is then retarted it will leak again so another jar of mustard is required.
One small problem is your engine room starts smelling like hot dogs.
He suggested to me that perhaps for a mercedes engine or the like you may require Grey Poupon. Might be hard to get if you like banging around in those out of the way places.

Talbot 10-06-2009 01:50

Quote:

Originally Posted by mesquaukee (Post 291185)
New uses for mustard on a cruising boat.
A boat we were travelling with blew out the seals on the freshwater cooling pump on the old perkins engine. A few minutes later we were on our way again. He told me he had dumped a dime jar of mustard into the header tank. .

You can achieve the same thing by just breaking an egg into the radiator, as it boils, the bits fill up the holes and keeps the system working for a lot longer, without the drawbacks of a chemical stop leak product.


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