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    Popeye's Mustard

    merlinherk
    Mon Sep 27, 2010 10:06 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Back a few years ago I was deployed to germany and when I went to lunch one day on the base desided to try Popeye's (as my area of the US still didn't have one yet). I fell in love with this dipping sauce they had, I believe called Cajun Mustard. After a few years we go one here, but I was told they stopped giving that mustard (think they have a new mustard instead, I dislike it)
    So if anyone can tell me how was made or who makes it love to know


    Last edited by merlinherk on Tue Sep 28, 2010 4:20 am, edited 1 time in total
    Molly53
    Mon Sep 27, 2010 11:14 pm
    Forum Host
    merlinherk wrote:
    Back a few years ago I was deployed to germany and when I went to lunch one day on the base desided to try Popeye's (as my area of the US still didn't have one yet). I fell in love with this dipping sauce they had, I bielive called Cajun Mustard. After a few years we go one here, but I was told they stopped giving that mustard (think they have a new mustard instead, I dislike it)
    So if anyone can tell me how was made or who makes it love to know
    It was either Cajun mustard or remoulade sauce: CLICK ON THIS to see what's available in the db.
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