Author Archives: The Curator

The Results Are In…

(Cue the trumpet fanfare…) Here they are, the winners of the 2017 World-Wide Mustard Competition! The best part? Many of …
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“I’ll Gladly Pay You Tuesday…”

“…for a Hamburger Today.” Popeye’s friend, J. Wellington Wimpy, said it and we know he always puts mustard on his …
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The Next Twenty-Five

The next 25 years? They’re starting off awfully cute. The world’s largest collection of mustards and mustard memorabilia keeps growing. …
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The Big Two-Five

Still Wiggy (!) After All These Years… This week marks our twenty-fifth anniversary. It was April 5, 1992, when we …
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A Silver Anniversary

Next week marks 25 years. After months of planning and preparation, the Mustard Museum was almost ready to open — …
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Everyone’s Number 1 Seeds

Have you filled in your brackets? We’re betting on the number one seeds all the way – the top “whole …
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St. Paddie’s Recipe

Corned beef and cabbage? Sounds good to us but you gotta put mustard on it. Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with …
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A Museum Update

Our latest addition to our ever growing collection of antique American mustard tins is this giant one pound tin of …
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The Biggest Just Got Bigger

We now have 5,916 different mustards from all over the world. Our extensive collection of antique mustard tins – more …
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Elm Farm Ollie Day is Feb. 18

True mustard lovers know that February 18, is even more special than that other February holiday with all the red …
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