The Curator’s Curiosities

Mustard on Pop Tarts?

YES!!! The Curator is not a big fan of Kellogg’s Pop Tarts. They’re just a too sweet for his taste, …
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Everybody Loves a Winner

Especially winners of the prestigious World-Wide Mustard competition. This gift box is packed with winners from over the years. If …
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Happy Thanksgiving, with Mustard

Here in Mustardland we are thankful for so much. Mostly for the many friends we have made over the years …
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Famous for Cows and Mustard

There are 1,277,000 dairy cows here in Wisconsin. With the addition of two new Norwegian mustards to the collection (thank …
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A New Galaxy

The French food writer Brillat Savarin wrote, “The discovery of a new dish is like the discovery of a new …
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All About Gorcheetza

Gorcheetza is Russian for mustard and we got a chance to say it via Skype on NTV, the largest non-government …
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Did the Eclipse Harm My Mustards?

Monday’s solar eclipse created wonder and awe in the hearts and minds of millions. But in the days before the …
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‘Wild Travels’ Comes to Milwaukee PBS

Yes, the popular Chicagoland PBS show has made its way to Milwaukee public television. The Milwaukee PBS channel will air …
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The Hall of Very Good Podcasts

Curator and founder of the National Mustard Museum Barry Levenson joins Shawn Anderson and Lou Olsen to talk about how …
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A Golden Day!

The 27th National Mustard Day celebration in downtown Middleton, Wisconsin, lived up the hype and was a truly amazing day. …
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