Whatever the food, whatever the meal, we have the right mustard to make whatever you’re serving taste even better. With more than 350 different mustards in the Mustard Museum Gift Shop and online store, it’s impossible to pick just one for any particular dish, but we did.
Ask us next week and we’ll probably have different recommendations!
- Hamburgers: RRF134 Robert Rothschild Blue Cheese Dijon
- Hot Dogs: RAY110 Raye’s Top Dog Mustard
- Bratwurst: HBT103 Haus Barhyte Spicy Red Jalapeno Mustard
- Steak: KKL110 K.L. Keller Black Truffle Dijon Mustard
- Pulled Pork: SGM500 Stormin’ Sauce by Gorman Thomas
- Chicken/Turkey: DDC101 Daddy Cook’s Cranberry Chardonnay Mustard
- Best Salad Dressing Ever: EFL113 Edmond Fallot Walnut Dijon
- Fish: NBP102 Norman Bishop Dill & Garlic Mustard
- Corned Beef (or Pastrami) Sandwich: KSK100 Kosciusko Spicy Brown Mustard
- Baked Potato: BTJ100 Boetje’s Dutch-Style Grainy Mustard
- Nachos: CHC105 Cherchie’s Banana Pepper Mustard
- With Raw Veggies: DDC103 Daddy Cooks Exotic Ginger Curry Msutard
- Sweet Potatoes: DRP100 Dr. Pete’s Praline Mustard
- Pretzels: SLN100 Slimm & Nunne Sweet & Nicely Hot Mustard
- Potato Chips: SPR110 Sprecher Root Beer Mustard
- Just For Fun: PMM106 Pommery Gingerbread Mustard
The 29th annual National Mustard Day street festival celebration is in the books, and the 2019 edition takes its place among the others — as a rousing success. Your dedication to celebrating the King of Condiments continues to amaze. We’ll have more about Mustard Day later, but we can say this: the 2019 flavor of “mustard custard” from Culver’s — Vanilla Raspberry Swirl Mustard Custard — was the best version yet!
Rain or shine, this Saturday, August 3, is National Mustard Day — here in Middleton and all across the United States and beyond.
We recommend early arrivals so you can get the closest parking. You can usually find parking on Terrace Avenue (both sides of Parmenter Street). There is also a free public lot at the east end of Terrace Avenue, a short walk to the Mustard Museum.
The MIDDLETON TROLLEY will be running so you can find plenty of parking around Middleton and take the Trolley to the Mustard Day events from any of nine locations. There is ample parking at all of the Trolley stops; we recommend Greenway Station (near the Hilton Garden Inn), on Greenway Boulevard (at the Fairfield Inn), the Residence Inn, and any of the other Trolley stop locations. For detailed trolley information, go to visitmiddleton.com/trolley
Actually, why not arrive well before the official opening to secure parking and then grab breakfast at the Hubbard Avenue Diner (next to the Mustard Museum)?
Festivities in Middleton begin at 9:30 when the POUPON U Accordion Band takes the stage. At 10:30, the Red Hot Horn Dawgs are on, followed by three great “Blast From The Past” bands: Speed Trap, City Electric, and Chaser.
Every year the Isthmus, a popular local weekly paper, conducts a poll of its readers to see what are the local favorite restaurants and things to do. We are in the running for Best Museum and Best Place to Take Out of Town Visitors. You don’t have to be a reader of Isthmus or a resident of the area to vote, but only one vote per email address. Please confirm what we already know, that we are the Madison area’s best museum and best place to take out of town visitors, by casting your ballot. Voting ends this Wednesday. https://isthmus.com/madfaves
Can you feel the excitement? This Saturday, August 3, is National Mustard Day, and we are making final preparations for our tribute to the King of Condiments.
The grill is hot, the frozen mustard custard is cold, and the Confidential Condiment Counselors are all going through their last minute drills. Are you ready?
The festivities officially begin at 10:00 a.m. but you don’t want to miss the POUPON U Accordion Band warming up the French’s Music Stage with the Mustard Day Overture with the Curator at 9:30, followed by the Red Hot Horn Dawgs, Speed Trap, City Electric, and Chaser.
Music, games, food, and mustard – what more could you want?
It all happens on Hubbard Avenue in Middleton, in front of and inside the National Mustard Museum. Nearby parking can be tight but you can ride the Middleton Trolley from any of nine locations (learn more about parking). There is ample parking at all of the Trolley stops; we recommend Greenway Station (near the Hilton Garden Inn), on Greenway Boulevard (at the Fairfield Inn), the Residence Inn, and any of the other Trolley stop locations. For detailed trolley information, go to visitmiddleton.com/trolley.
Once again, our friends at Culver’s have ensured that National Mustard Day will be the ONLY place you can grab a cool, refreshing treat like no other: MUSTARD CUSTARD. Sounds crazy, but don’t judge until you try it.
Frozen mustard custard has been a National Mustard Day tradition for years and this year’s flavor truly does cut the you-know-what. Culver’s will be whipping up a batch of Vanilla Raspberry Swirl Mustard Custard and it will be available exclusively at the Mustard Museum in Downtown Middleton on Saturday, August 3.
That’s the theme of this year’s National Mustard Day celebration on Saturday, August 3. If you are artistically inclined and would like to submit a design for this year’s t-shirt, send it to the curator. The winning design will receive five t-shirts (your choice of sizes).
The design should be on the front only and be sure to include the Mustard Museum logo with “National Mustard Day 2019” prominently featured. (If you need a jpg of our logo, email the Curator.)
Sponsorships of Mustard Day are now available, with thank you gifts commensurate with your support, from $25 up to $5,000, and as most sponsorships go, named for various precious elements:
MD25 – $25 (Plywood level)
MD42 – $42 (Molybdenum level)
MD50 – $50 (Pretzelium level)
MD100 – $100 (Bronze level)
MD250 – $250 (Silver level)
MD500 – $500 (Gold level)
MD1000- – $1,000 (Platinum level)
MD2500 – $2,500 (Dijonium level)
MD5000 – $5,000 (Mustardium)
National Mustard Day is our biggest event of the year and proceeds fund the activities and related nonsense of the nonprofit National Mustard Museum.
Fathers Day is just around the corner – we’ll even call it the “hot corner” as “third base” is known to all you baseball enthusiasts. That is why we have put together a special Fathers Day baseball gift box. Our pal, Brewers legend Gorman Thomas, knows a thing about mustard and more than a few things about baseball. He led the American League in home runs twice (1979 and 1982) and remains one of the most beloved Milwaukee Brewers sluggers ever. He also happens to make a mustard sauce that won a gold medal last year at the World-Wide Mustard Competition.
This gift set is loaded with mustard and baseball love. There’s a giant jar of Stormin’ Sauce, a jar of Gorman’s Long Ball Mustard, a Fathers Day mustard, some Bertman Baseball Ball Park Mustard and a regulation American League baseball signed by Gorman. How do we know he signed it? Because he did it right here at the Mustard Museum as the Curator was watching (pictured).
It’s regularly $54.95 but in honor of all the baseball-loving dads, we’ve put it on sale for $44.95.
Unlike Gorman’s legendary power, supplies of this gift box are limited. Fathers Day 2019 Baseball Gift Box
Experience the local flavor of the NEW Downtown Middleton at the “June Good Neighbor Night”. Register now for a VIP BRAVA Night Out when two dozen locally-owned businesses open their doors on this summer solstice eve for a uniquely Middleton evening on Thursday, June 20, 2019, from 5-9pm.
Shop late with extended hours, special offers and discounts. Taste local fare and listen to live music. Explore the charm of Downtown Middleton on a vintage trolley. Chat with local artists and proprietors at hands-on demonstrations and workshops. Take it all home in an exclusive Downtown Middleton canvas tote bag — registration is FREE. REGISTER NOW
Here at the Mustard Museum you’ll be greeted with:
- Your choice of a refreshing summertime mocktail: Lemon drop or Sangria (featuring our Stonewall Kitchens Mixers).
- A delicious spread of easy summertime appetizers featuring some of our “Mustard Bites” (things like our Delicae Sun-dried Tomato & Olive Mustard with goat cheese & baguette; our cheese & charcuterie, and more)!
- A chance to enter our drawing to win a Picnic Basket packed with Mustard Museum provisions.
- A special 10% discount valid that night, Thursday 6/20, for those registered at the Brava Night Out tent (or online: bit.ly/BNO-details) — registration is FREE!
Make sure you have Brava Night Out on your calendar for Thursday, June 20 where at the Mustard Museum we’ll celebrate summer with Summertime Sips, Samples & Snacks!
To learn more about the event, all the participating stores & restaurants, and to register for free, click here: bit.ly/BNO-details
There’s a great culinary adventure waiting for you… Mustard Bites: A Tasteful Adventure.
Be part of our next MUSTARD BITES evening of delicious small plates paired with the “right” mustards and discover how well mustard makes everything taste better. We have two summer evening events planned. The first is Wednesday, June 26 with one also scheduled for Wednesday, July 24, so visit our page on EVENTBRITE to take a voyage on the good ship “Mustard Bites.” Space is limited so sign up today for an unforgettable taste adventure. $45 per person.
Scheduled events on Eventbrite like the summer events are our “public events”, and anyone can attend. We also offer private group adventures for groups of 12-48 people. If a public event doesn’t work as well for you, you can learn more about Mustard Bites or to request a private group adventure by clicking below.