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First ever mustard experience

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  • Registered Users Posts: 22,772 ✭✭✭✭The Hill Billy


    You are comparing apples with oranges. Colman's is English mustard (& a fine example of it too), whereas Dijon is a French mustard which is usually milder & not as pungent.


  • Registered Users Posts: 2,547 ✭✭✭Foxhound38


    Used to hate the stuff and actively avoid it. Every once in a while it would be put on without my request when I'm buying a hot from a food van before a match etc and annoyed as I would be, I'd be hungry so I'd get rid of as much of it as possible and then eat what's left. Little did I know I was spooning off yellow gold.

    Anyway, I started progressively craving the stuff and eventually bought my first bottle of French's yellow mustard in my late 20's about 2 or 3 years back. I have since graduated to Coleman's English Mustard and i'm convinced it's the condiment equivalent of crack cocaine. It has legitimately replaced butter for sandwiches in my house and I'd pretty much eat it with any sort of meat.

    Still keep a bottle of French's Yellow Mustard for the odd hot dog though - that wouldn't taste right with anything else. Don't bother with Dijon, it has far too much manners about it to really be considered a Mustard.


  • Registered Users Posts: 7,008 ✭✭✭uch


    Foxhound38 wrote: »
    Used to hate the stuff and actively avoid it. Every once in a while it would be put on without my request when I'm buying a hot from a food van before a match etc and annoyed as I would be, I'd be hungry so I'd get rid of as much of it as possible and then eat what's left. Little did I know I was spooning off yellow gold.

    Anyway, I started progressively craving the stuff and eventually bought my first bottle of French's yellow mustard in my late 20's about 2 or 3 years back. I have since graduated to Coleman's English Mustard and i'm convinced it's the condiment equivalent of crack cocaine. It has legitimately replaced butter for sandwiches in my house and I'd pretty much eat it with any sort of meat.

    Still keep a bottle of French's Yellow Mustard for the odd hot dog though - that wouldn't taste right with anything else. Don't bother with Dijon, it has far too much manners about it to really be considered a Mustard.

    When you start dipping your finger in the Jar for a taste you will be at a good level :D

    21/25



  • Registered Users Posts: 11,035 ✭✭✭✭J Mysterio


    There's a mustard forum? Mind blown.

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  • Registered Users Posts: 1,445 ✭✭✭phelixoflaherty


    Wasabi elevates a cheese sandwich.



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  • Registered Users Posts: 14,025 ✭✭✭✭cj maxx


    1st reaĺ experience with mustard was in the States. Now I love it on ham sandwiches , with sausage rolled in bread like a hotdog



  • Hosted Moderators Posts: 23,092 ✭✭✭✭beertons


    Never had it on a burger. But that's what I have Sirachi for.



  • Registered Users Posts: 1,002 ✭✭✭LimeFruitGum


    Late for me, I was in Germany on work experience for college. My parents had a jar of Colemans for years, but barely used it.

    Anyway, I was out with some workmates in Munich and one of them opens up a sachet of Dijon for their chips, and I was like MUSTARD WITH CHIPS, WHAAAAT???!!

    …Lads, I was converted, that was my moment 😁



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