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5 minutes ago, matski said:

I was thinking it was the 'either love em or hate em' type of mustard at first.... :D

 

Mmmmm, English mustard. I like most types actually, depends on what you’re having it with. Even those mild American ones such as French’s have their place in a burger or hot dog etc. Best mustard I’ve ever had was bought in Nice airport on the way home from a holiday, using up my change in euros. Think it was a type of Dijon, came in a small stoneware jar with a cork stopper. Great on a ham sarnie!

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31 minutes ago, casapete said:

Mmmmm, English mustard. I like most types actually, depends on what you’re having it with. Even those mild American ones such as French’s have their place in a burger or hot dog etc. Best mustard I’ve ever had was bought in Nice airport on the way home from a holiday, using up my change in euros. Think it was a type of Dijon, came in a small stoneware jar with a cork stopper. Great on a ham sarnie!

Does seem to be coming quite a popular condiments thread this?

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I used to play bass in a band called 'MUSTARD'  (c. 1973 - 1975)   ;   playing Pop & Glam Rock - great fun.

We were based near Clacton-on-Sea in Essex, and I'm still in touch with the "MUSTARD DRUMMER".

Happy days.

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