Author Archives: The Curator

Further Proof: Video Games Can Harm Children

A friend suggested that we try the iPhone video game “Cooking Fever”, a seemingly harmless diversion in which you play …
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Scouting for Easter Mustard

Recently, members of Monona Boy Scout Troop 140 visited the Mustard Museum on the way to getting their Condiment Badge. …
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Hello, Zanzibar (…and we just palindromed)

Thank you to Eric and Kristina for donating this jar of Dada Baobab mustard from Zanzibar, our very first Zanibarian …
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Judging Mustards with the Best Brats on the Planet

Thirty-five mustard lovers gathered at the National Mustard Museum this past Sunday to begin judging more than 240 mustards from …
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The Deep Freeze (and the sale) Continues…

Last week we put our POUPON U sweatshirts on sale but only so long as the temperature here in Middleton …
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Mustard Really Does Make Snacks Safer

We have often joked, “Practice Safe Snacks, Use a Condiment”. Well, we’re only half-joking… and we’re not the only ones …
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Totally Tubular

Few things live up to this old ’80s expression, but these German mustards from Thomy most certainly do. They’re back …
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Super Cure

Whichever team wins Sunday’s Super Bowl, its quarterback is going to be sore. Those linebackers and defensive ends have promised …
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New at the Museum

The Birth of Flavor Botticelli would be proud.

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Nordberg’s Secret Dressing

Don’t ask how we got it but here’s the recipe for the fabulous balsamic mustard dressing served on salads at …
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