Author Archives: The Curator

The Mustard Truck Will Make it Complete

Yes, we saw the story about the crash of the deli meat truck with the bread truck, did you? If …
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Rolling with Roland

This year’s Gold Medal Dijon is here, along with five other superb Roland French mustards. You can order them separately …
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A Proper English Mustard

In the town of Wiltshire, Guy Tullberg continues the family tradition of artisan mustards, making it by hand in small …
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Pepper Gold

With more than thirty entries in the pepper-hot category at this year’s World-Wide Mustard Competition, we again split the entries …
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Boetje’s, an American Classic (and 2016 Grand Champion)

Congratulations to Boetje’s “Dutch” Stone Ground Mustard, the 2016 Grand Champion at the World-Wide Mustard Competition. Boetje’s took home the …
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R.I.P. Mustard Lover…

You can look it up: Prince was a mustard fanatic. Someone once found 18 different mustards in his refrigerator. “Yellow …
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And the Winners Are…

At long last, the results of the 2016 World-Wide Mustard Competition are in. Tabulated and cross-checked by the accounting firm …
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24 Years

This week marks the twenty-fourth anniversary of the National Mustard Museum. In April of 1992, Microsoft launched Windows 3.1, Camden …
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WWMC Heats Up

The competition was fierce! As usual. We concluded the Medal Round of the 2016 World-Wide Mustard Competition last Sunday but …
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Winner, Winner, Fishy Dinner

The Curator loves fish. As a native New Englander, he grew up with fresh fish every Friday. His mom, Minnie, …
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