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10-05-2009, 13:51   #1
 
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Mustard

I like mustard.
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Mustard!

It's a really wonderful thing
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Congratulations, Have a Mustard and Egg sambo
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Some sourdough, bit of butter, slices of ham, some cheese and a bit of salami. Might even use that pickle that I sliced up and only half used a few days ago. Now a nice dollop of English mustard, spread it into all the nooks and crannies, all the little crevasses. Pint of chocolate milk, maybe. Oh yeah.
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Mustard

We use mustard in all curries.It gives a special taste to the curries.
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Is it a coincidence that mustard and custard are generally both yellow?
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Is it a coincidence that mustard and custard are generally both yellow?
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