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    I use yellow mustard on hamburgers, hot dogs and as the base rub on smoked meats, everything else is spicy brown and Dijon......depending...
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    If asked about my passions in life, it probably would not occur to me to mention mustard or my salad spinner, but they clearly belong on the list.

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    I use a pinch of Dijon to make salad dressing. I also keep a jar of good honey mustard for infrequent ham sandwiches.

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    For dipping pretzel sticks, honey mustard. The best honey mustard is that which is received as a gift from a son, or failing that, a gift from any admirer.

    For sandwiches, I like Gulden's Spicy Brown Mustard, which I buy when it is on sale for 50 cents for a 12 oz. container. Ingredients: mustard seeds, vinegar, salt and turmeric.

    In potato salad, I like Dijon. I am not partial to any specific brand of Dijon.

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    French’s classic

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    Quote Originally Posted by JaneV2.0 View Post
    I like all mustards (especially spicy Chinese), but only on certain things. I'm not a fan of mustard on hamburgers.
    Same here, there's nothing more disappointing to me than anticipating a burger and having that overwhelming flavor hit me in the mouth instead! I have to say yellow mustard is the one I really don't care for very much, too vinegary, maybe? And I really like honey mustard (our local honey store produces one that's wonderful.)

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    Gulden's spicy brown and Inglehoffer Sweet Hot. Dijon for salad dressings.
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