A short video of the Mustard King and his neighborhood

A short video of the Mustard King and his neighborhood

Postby Jon » Thu Jun 18, 2009 11:36 am

A short video of the Mustard King and his neighborhood (plus an unexpected act by his youngest patron – my 6 month old!)

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Re: A short video of the Mustard King and his neighborhood

Postby dbp » Thu Jun 18, 2009 3:14 pm

I like the pig leg sitting there in a clamp that they just carve meat out of.
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Re: A short video of the Mustard King and his neighborhood

Postby guitarguy » Mon Aug 03, 2009 7:28 am

Jon,

I purchased multiple bottles of each of the five recent offerings, some for gifts this Christmas. However, I wondered if refrigerating or storing these in the cellar (before opening) would increase the storage life at all? I have done so with my truffle oil with success.

Thanks for the response.
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Re: A short video of the Mustard King and his neighborhood

Postby Jon » Mon Aug 03, 2009 9:25 am

In my opinion, cold storage can only help. Storing most food items (stable items) at 45-55 degrees instead of 70-80 (as is the case in many kitchens and pantries), will increase their freshness and life - even spices. The only problem with storage in the wine cellar is the humidity - what is good for wine is not necessarily good for all stable items such as spices. Some humidity is beneficial (as it is with tobacco, or, guitar storage) but excess humidity can prove to be a detriment for most food.

Hope that helps -

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Re: A short video of the Mustard King and his neighborhood

Postby guitarguy » Mon Aug 03, 2009 9:39 am

I have a spare refrigerator with space available. Is 40F too cold? I would think not.
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Re: A short video of the Mustard King and his neighborhood

Postby ontario23 » Thu Apr 15, 2010 8:58 am

thanks for sharing the nice video
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Re: A short video of the Mustard King and his neighborhood

Postby berry » Tue Oct 25, 2011 12:28 am

Learning a few key words or phrases in your destination's native tongue can help you out of a sticky situation - and again can show your hosts that you have invested time and effort into learning about their culture.
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Re: A short video of the Mustard King and his neighborhood

Postby petefrederick » Tue Nov 22, 2011 11:30 pm

Great Video. After seeing the end, I am just starting to wonder why the colour of European mustard is the way it is. ;)
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Re: A short video of the Mustard King and his neighborhood

Postby danedwards2 » Fri Nov 25, 2011 5:49 pm

petefrederick wrote:Great Video. After seeing the end, I am just starting to wonder why the colour of European mustard is the way it is. ;)


i'm also thinking about that at this very moment. :)
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