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National Mustard Day

Saturday, August 02, 2014

National Mustard Day



When : First Saturday in August

National Mustard Day celebrates the "King of the Condiments".

Mustard is a must have for hot dogs, sausages, and a wide range of sandwiches. Its an important ingredient in many recipes, too.



When it comes to condiments, Mustard is among the most popular. When it comes to longevity, mustard is unrivaled. It has literally been in use to spice up meals for thousands of years. To retain it's status, mustard has not stood still. Rather, it has diversified. It's not just yellow anymore. There's a growing selection, including Honey Mustard, Bold and Spicy, Sharp and Creamy, and of course Dijon Mustard. Take a trip to your refrigerator, and you will probably find two or three different types of mustard. A trip to the grocery store, will reveal even more selections.

Have a happy National Mustard Day.



Origin of National Mustard Day:
This special day was created by the National Mustard Museum in Mount Horeb, Wi. It was created as an annual event in 1991.

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  • PMAY0313
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    786 days ago
  • FEEDTHEHUNGER
    Like LITTLEWIND53, I only like yellow mustard,but I do like it. Thanks for the heads up on mustard's own little day!

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    787 days ago
  • WATERDIAMONDS
    Well, this is a new one on me!

    Happy Mustard Day to us all...
    787 days ago
  • LITTLEWIND53
    I like yellow mustard and use it in a variety of sandwiches. (as a child, I used to have just mustard on my sandwich..... lol)

    I don't care for any of the other kinds (brown, grainy, Dijon, etc) Just give me good ol' yellow and I'm a happy camper......
    787 days ago
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