Monthly Archives: May 2017

It’s BACK!

Hit & Run Excruciatingly Painful Horseradish Mustard has been MIA for the last several months but has returned with a …
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Welcome (and congrats!) Lowensenf

We were proud to welcome the president of Develey, the maker of Lowensenf mustards. Michael Durach visited the Mustard Museum …
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The Mustard Challenge Begins

Michael Durach and the Curator have challenged our friends and relatives to take the mustard challenge. We each downed a …
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Ready for a ‘Challenge’?

Mark your calendars and make your travel plans for our biggest, most important National Mustard Day. On Saturday, August 5, …
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“The Color of the Month”

The paint magnate Sherwin Williams has declared “Cut the Mustard” as its May “Color of the Month.” As if we …
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And then there were 5,957…

The permanent collection at the National Mustard Museum now boasts 5,957 mustards, thanks to this bottle of yellow mustard from …
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Open Sesame!

As in “Open a Jar of Sesame Honey Mustard.” Our newest mustard is a thick honey-laden sesame mustard that makes …
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