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Joined Date: Nov 16, 2011
Reviewed Best Mustard Ever
" this follows a very old way of making REALLY GOOD mustard to go along with not just the turkey. if you americans can get your hands on Canadian Cheddar from Eric Jensens factory in Simcoe Ontario put it between a slab of fresh baked oat bread ( a while back Alton put out the recipe for it on one of his cooking shows)that has been coated with the ""
after sixty years of cooking for myself without anything but a purity cookbook as a guide to the handed down recipes my mother bought from Ireland when she left her farm as a result of "the troubles" i find mr. brown even though he uses a lot of powertools to do the job has basically the same ideas about what food should look and taste like as i do. anyone can make a mess of a recipe it takes a bit of work and thinking to come up with one that does not.