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JAPOV
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Batter dipped pan-fried Polish sausage dog!  🙂

 

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Oh look, it's a heart attack on a plate.  😁

 

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JAPOV
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Ha! Plenty of coleslaw takes care of that.. 😉

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Coleslaw is good stuff. I love coleslaw. But I only eat it with the fried chicken you get at junk food restaurants. 

What mustard do you guys eat? We always eat Colman's.


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Maille is the brand. Either Dijon or wholegrain. I love it hot

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Colman's English mustard is the best, especially if you judge it by its ability to blow the top of your head off. I lived in Dijon for a few months. There, they call Dijon mustard mustard. Or moutarde, I suppose to be more accurate.

Jenny, that Maille stuff is really good if you can get it. 

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JAPOV
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Grey Poupon white wine dijon is the most powerful mustard I've ever tasted... great in deviled eggs!  

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Have you tried English mustard, Tony? It  makes French mustard seem kind of wimpy. I once had an argument with a French bloke who thought I was insulting his country's mustard-related honor when I mentioned that English mustard was stronger. No amount of assuring him that stronger doesn't necessarily mean better would soothe his outrage. American mustard is perfect for what it is mostly used for - hot dogs.

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You know me, I'll try anything once... if it's at Walmart or Piggly Wigley  🙂

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@gavin

Colman's to me is like yellow wasabi. Put a little too much and you're crying all over your hot dog or sandwich. It happens a lot. But it's really fun! There's a sort of masochistic element involved, lol. You know it's gonna make your eyes sting and still you put a whole lot of it on your food.

The lighter kinds of mustard are okay, but I find that the ones that come in squirt bottles are kind of all vinegary and not really spicy. I don't think I've tried French mustard.  


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This stay home order has you guys fixating on food.

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EVERYONE GOOD IS MADE OF MEAT!!!

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