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    You are in: Home / Community Forums / Archives: Old Topic of the Month Threads / Flavor Of The Month For January - Magnificent Mustards.
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    Flavor Of The Month For January - Magnificent Mustards.

    JoyfulCook
    Tue Dec 31, 2013 4:41 pm
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    Mustard - well! its been around since the Romans first used it as a medication, slowly it became part of flavouring our food.

    It is used in everything from Marinades, part of a rub, casseroles, Pot pies, slow cooking, even in Scones!

    MARINADES AND RUBS



    Kittencal's Marinade for Grilled Steak
    Steak Marinade
    Amazing Chicken Marinade



    Rib Eye Steak in Bock Beer Marinade
    Citrusy Meat Marinade
    Kittencal's Greek Chicken Marinade

    Flavored Mustard: The addition of various individual herbs, spices, vegetables, and fruits result in such mustards as horseradish, chili, lemon, raspberry and even blueberry flavored mustards. There are literally hundreds to choose from and make, limited only by your imagination.

    VEGETARIAN MEALS



    Cheese and Onion Pudding
    Boca Crumbles Vegetarian Stuffed Bell Peppers
    Quick & Easy Baked Beans



    Butternut Squash and Bean Bake
    Vegan Broccoli Cream Taglietelle
    Tuscany Tomato Pie

    MEATY MAIN MEALS



    Honey Mustard Roasted Chicken
    Lamb Chops With Peppercorn & Garlic Paste
    Bacon Wrapped Sirloin



    The Perfect Burger
    Aiken Pool Hall Hot Dogs
    Awesome BBQ Pork Chops and Beans

    • When adding mustard to baked goods, know that it will inhibit yeast growth, thus requiring longer rising periods. Use your imagination when adding mustards to recipes, but go easy and taste along the way. You can always add more, but there is no fix for going overboard.

    SAVOURY SCONES AND MUFFINS



    Wallace and Gromit Cheese Scones for Serious Cheese Lovers!
    Auberge Cheddar Cheese and Ham Breakfast Buns - Muffins
    Bruce's Prize Winning Cheese Scones



    Cheddar and Bacon Buttermilk Scones
    Grannies Cheese Scone Recipe
    Cheese and Chive Scones

    Hope that you have found some great ideas and that you can add your favourites too. following is a list of many mustards

    French Mustard
    is a "classic yellow" mustard contains vinegar, mustard, turmeric, and other spices.
    Dijon Mustard:
    It originates in Dijon, France, and is made with brown and/or black seeds, seasonings, and verjuice (juice of unripened grapes), white wine, wine vinegar or a combination of all three.
    Bordeaux Mustard:
    Made with grape must (unfermented wine grape juice), usually pale yellow in color.
    Creole Mustard:
    Brown mustard seeds are marinated in vinegar, ground and mixed with a hint of horseradish into a hot, spicy mustard.
    German Mustard:
    Mild to hot, spicy and mildly sweet. It can range from smooth to coarse-ground, pale yellow to brown in color.
    English Mustard:
    Made from both white and brown or black seeds, flour, and turmeric. Usually bright yellow in color with an extremely hot spiciness to the tongue.
    Sweet Mustard:
    Includes a variety of honey mustards. These are mustards sweetened with honey, syrup, or sugar
    American Mustard:
    Also called ballpark mustard or yellow mustard due to its bright color, this mildest-flavored mustard is popular at ball parks as a favored condiment for hot dogs.
    Flavoured Mustards:
    are readily available with anything from onion, garlic, honey and even ginger.

    Share your ideas and tips please as we all love try something new
    Becky in Wisconsin
    Wed Jan 01, 2014 4:12 pm
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    For the mustard lover in us all -
    http://mustardmuseum.com/the-mustard-museum/
    icon_biggrin.gif
    I've never been there, but my brother and his wife have. I even had a T-shirt from there. icon_lol.gif
    JoyfulCook
    Wed Jan 01, 2014 4:57 pm
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    Becky in Wisconsin wrote:
    For the mustard lover in us all -
    http://mustardmuseum.com/the-mustard-museum/
    icon_biggrin.gif
    I've never been there, but my brother and his wife have. I even had a T-shirt from there. icon_lol.gif


    thanks for sharing thats quite something
    Ducky
    Wed Jan 01, 2014 7:14 pm
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    JoyfulCook wrote:
    Becky in Wisconsin wrote:
    For the mustard lover in us all -
    http://mustardmuseum.com/the-mustard-museum/
    icon_biggrin.gif
    I've never been there, but my brother and his wife have. I even had a T-shirt from there. icon_lol.gif


    thanks for sharing thats quite something

    DS and I have been there. It is quite fun. Better than looking at the history and artifacts is the store. You can taste a huge array of different mustards. DS and I decided that we are more purists and don't really care for the funky flavors (ever have root beer mustard or chocolate mustard or strawberry mustard, just to name a few). We visited shortly after the mustard competition so could get some of the award winners.

    And if you want a fun souvenir, you can get a shirt/sweatshirt from their university, Poupon University. The souvenirs mostly say Poupon U. icon_lol.gif
    Ducky
    Wed Jan 01, 2014 7:14 pm
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    double post - having problems with this site
    JoyfulCook
    Thu Jan 02, 2014 1:35 pm
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    Ducky wrote:
    double post - having problems with this site
    Ducky we re all experiencing that! I am a bit like you - I dont like these way out mustards. I am happy trying a lot but not when its got things like chocolate or really odd things in it at all!

    I must say that I use the English powdered mustard quite a bit in cooking, specially in Scones and pot pies etc. ands seedes mustards in my marinades, delicious!
    katie in the UP
    Thu Jan 23, 2014 4:54 am
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    I remember a long time ago...Bobby Flay said his 'must haves' in his refrigerator....MUSTARDS! Several of them.
    I have 5 different ones right now. Love cooking with them. LOVE salad dressings made with them icon_smile.gif



    Garden Potato and Green Bean Salad Du Jardin
    rosie316
    Thu Jan 23, 2014 5:40 am
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    Just thought I would share my twist on plain ol' mustard. I make a big batch to keep in the fridge. I use this for my Breaded Chicken Sandwiches, Ham & Cheese sandwiches and for my 8 for $8 - Broiled BLT Burgers for a Bunch.

    1/2 cup Miracle Whip
    1/4 cup yellow, prepared mustard
    Mix and spread on your favorite sandwich.

    JoyfulCook
    Thu Jan 23, 2014 8:42 am
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    That sounds great! and ready to hand as well.
    *Parsley*
    Sun Jan 26, 2014 5:14 pm
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    I don't know how I didn't notice this topic until today!?!?! I am a mustard fanatic!

    This is my favorite mustard recipe. It tastes just like the sweet/hot mustard you pay over $5 for at a store: Quick Homemade Mustard

    Other recipes I love that use mustard:
    Mustard Glazed Carrots
    Dutch Mustard Soup (Zaanse Mosterdsoep)
    Cabbage With Mustard Sauce
    Baked Honey Mustard Chicken
    Salmon With Mustard Sauce.
    Skillet Orange Mustard Pork Chops
    Mustard Green Beans
    German Style Mustard
    rosie316
    Sun Jan 26, 2014 8:23 pm
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    Good evening everyone wave.gif
    Oh Parsley, I just peeked at some of the recipes that you listed. I must save many of them for future use. Thanks for sharing them with us.
    JoyfulCook
    Mon Jan 27, 2014 4:45 am
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    rosie316 wrote:
    Good evening everyone wave.gif
    Oh Parsley, I just peeked at some of the recipes that you listed. I must save many of them for future use. Thanks for sharing them with us.


    I have got a lot saved myself Rosie. I love mustards icon_biggrin.gif
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