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Ramon | Dec 9, 2002 02:06 PM

Does anyone besides myself, when in an unfamiliar supermarket head directly for the mustard aisle; just to check what might be available locally, but not in my area? My standbys are Kosciuscko, Maille Dijon, Woebber's hot and spicy and Baltimore's own Tulkoff with horse radish (only in the refrigerated section). Honey-mustards offend me, though I'm sure that some are better than others. Also, whenever we go to Binkert's in Northeast B'more to load up on serious German sausages I get a bottle of pretty good Senf (Mustard) from no particular brand, but always packaged in a reuseable quarter liter glass with a tiny a miniature beer stein, but more appropriate to a rough-around-the-edges basic German/Austrian wine. I have a particular fondness for perfectly sauteed frankfurters (not ballpark franks) by themselves on a plate with a pile of pungent mustard and a large glass of weissbier. Simple pleasures. What are some other "chowhound preferred" mustards?

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