in my cupboard: mustard girl mustard


I cannot say enough about this Mustard – for those of you who live somewhere near Wisconsin, look for this mustard and buy it asap! (I have now seen it at Whole Foods and Rainbow’s/Pick’ N’ Saves)

I first heard about this brand at a food show, where I sampled (and LOVED) the horseradish mustard (remember, I love spice) and then ran into it at an unlikely grocery store, or so I thought…the taster was along on that trip and he loves (and I mean LOVES) all things Wisconsin, Madison and Badgers) so once I told him that the “mustard girl” herself lived in Madison and started this mustard business there, he was sold. Visit there website here.
Unfortunately they did not have the Horseradish variety, but they did have the sweet & fancy mustard and I’m so glad that we decided to pick it up – I have been eating it with pretzels, bison burgers, and just about anything else that I can put it on….sriracha you may have some competition!!!! Next use? I think it will make a delicious vinaigrette.
I just need to find the Horseradish Mustard, please Mustard Girl, I’m begging,



Filed under eating local, in my cupboard, product review

5 responses to “in my cupboard: mustard girl mustard

  1. YUM looks delicious! I LOVE mustard, all types and esp trying new flavors and brands, thanks for the product review gal 🙂

  2. do they just make horseradish or all flavors? i will keep my eye out in madtown for ya girl 🙂

  3. julie

    oooh I would definitely loveee that mustard! spicy is right up my alley!

  4. I just started loving spicy mustard. Especially with zukes and eggs, which is weird but sooo good!

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