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 An English Mustard from Hell
Topic Originator: OzPar  
Date:   Mon 28 Aug 11:45

Honestly, I think I have just diced with death...

A few weeks ago, I went to my local farmer`s market and bought a jar of English Mustard. I have just added it to a steak sandwich and had the most frightening coughing fit.

To say the mustard was spicy is a massive underestimate. This was positively nuclear! I am cowering in the corner, shivering with the trauma and wishing I had opted for HP Sauce...

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 Re: An English Mustard from Hell
Topic Originator: parathletic  
Date:   Mon 28 Aug 12:01

Mix it in with some mayo to tone it down a bit.Got a sudden urge for a steak sandwich now!
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 Re: An English Mustard from Hell
Topic Originator: OzPar  
Date:   Mon 28 Aug 12:09

I have never thought of that combination. Thanks, parathletic.

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 Re: An English Mustard from Hell
Topic Originator: EastEndTales  
Date:   Mon 28 Aug 13:07

There`s a mustard museum near where I stay. Never been though, can`t imagine the history of mustard to be anything other than tedious.

Ep.11 of East End Tales is out now- Jack de Gier!

https://www.buzzsprout.com/1972630/13376303
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 Re: An English Mustard from Hell
Topic Originator: John-Boy  
Date:   Mon 28 Aug 16:03

Should have turned on the air condijoner

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 Re: An English Mustard from Hell
Topic Originator: parathletic  
Date:   Mon 28 Aug 16:10

Quote:

EastEndTales, Mon 28 Aug 13:07

There`s a mustard museum near where I stay. Never been though, can`t imagine the history of mustard to be anything other than tedious.


To go to a museum you would need to be keen as...
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 Re: An English Mustard from Hell
Topic Originator: LochgellyAlbert  
Date:   Mon 28 Aug 17:46

Pat Mustard, the hairiest milkman in Ireland!不不不
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 Re: An English Mustard from Hell
Topic Originator: Buspasspar  
Date:   Mon 28 Aug 17:55

In Heinz sight Oz you should have had brown sauce :-))

Or is that just Dijon Vu



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 Re: An English Mustard from Hell
Topic Originator: da_no_1  
Date:   Mon 28 Aug 18:11

Quote:

LochgellyAlbert, Mon 28 Aug 17:46

Pat Mustard, the hairiest milkman in Ireland!不不不


There`s an incredible amount of hairy babies appearing

"Some days will stay a 1000 years, some pass like the flash of a spark"
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 Re: An English Mustard from Hell
Topic Originator: Parboiled  
Date:   Tue 29 Aug 08:00

I would have liked to emulate the above groan worthy puns but just cant cut it this time..



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 Re: An English Mustard from Hell
Topic Originator: Buspasspar  
Date:   Tue 29 Aug 08:59

Condiments to you parboiled for admitting that

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 Re: An English Mustard from Hell
Topic Originator: Parboiled  
Date:   Tue 29 Aug 11:07

Im the salt of the earth and youre a peppery auld git..

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 Re: An English Mustard from Hell
Topic Originator: OzPar  
Date:   Tue 29 Aug 12:22

I always relish the opportunity to ketchup with you guys...

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 Re: An English Mustard from Hell
Topic Originator: wee eck  
Date:   Tue 29 Aug 12:51

I find it`s best to take anything that`s posted on here with a pinch of salt.

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 Re: An English Mustard from Hell
Topic Originator: Buspasspar  
Date:   Tue 29 Aug 15:04

I mustard-mit wee eck I am a bit saucespicious myself



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 Re: An English Mustard from Hell
Topic Originator: da_no_1  
Date:   Tue 29 Aug 18:49

Boring thread. Need to spice it up a bit

"Some days will stay a 1000 years, some pass like the flash of a spark"
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 Re: An English Mustard from Hell
Topic Originator: arpar  
Date:   Tue 29 Aug 21:55

Mixing it with HP sauce is the way to go, especially with sausages and onions.
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 Re: An English Mustard from Hell
Topic Originator: GG741  
Date:   Wed 30 Aug 01:00

I`m over the hot sauces and mustards that are sold at the majority of farmer`s markets. Most of them are so hot that any other flavour ingredient is not identifiable. Maybe it is easier to make them hot than actually good and tasty.

However, if you get a chance, visit the Bowhouse market at St. Monans. All of the products were of the highest quality and the range of traders was a good mix. An excellent day out.

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 Re: An English Mustard from Hell
Topic Originator: OzPar  
Date:   Wed 30 Aug 03:23

Goodness, GG741, I haven`t been to St Monans in such a long time. I love that part of Fife - all that country and coastline east of Cupar and Earlsferry. I am getting homesick just thinking about it.

Fifers are blessed to have it on their doorstep.

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 Re: An English Mustard from Hell
Topic Originator: red-star-par  
Date:   Wed 30 Aug 08:33

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OzPar, Wed 30 Aug 03:23

Goodness, GG741, I haven`t been to St Monans in such a long time. I love that part of Fife - all that country and coastline east of Cupar and Earlsferry. I am getting homesick just thinking about it.

Fifers are blessed to have it on their doorstep.


That Bowhouse market is superb, especially the wee brewery and bar there, Futtle brewery--they do some nice beers. Some good records at Triassic Tusk Records there too. Both run by Stephen Marshall (who does a great podcast with the singer James Yorkston, some really eclectic songs and wittering that`ll make you homesick for Fife). If you are lucky, him or King Creosote might pop in and play a few tunes as well
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 Re: An English Mustard from Hell
Topic Originator: Bletchley_Par  
Date:   Thu 31 Aug 00:54

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Topic Originator: wee eck
Date: Tue 29 Aug 12:51

I find it`s best to take anything that`s posted on here with a pinch of salt.


Although there is usually a colonel of truth in most posts.

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 Re: An English Mustard from Hell
Topic Originator: Stanza  
Date:   Thu 31 Aug 01:49

The produce on sale at Bowhouse is excellent, and it`s from local producers so it ticks all the boxes about food miles. However, the butchers also have a UK wide delivery service.

The market attracts craftmakers and artisans too, so it`s not just food. Definitely worth a visit.

https://www.bowhousefife.com/

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