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Dress up Your Mustard, or How to Upgrade Store Bought Mustard, and make it your own.

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This photo almost looks black and white, but it is not. This is a shot out the front door. The ivy growing under the fir trees has about 2 inches of snow covering it. The rest of the yard has almost 4 inches. The wind has now come up and snow is blowing about, making it difficult to see more than 3 feet in front of your path.

These flavor combinations are delicious and make great last minute gifts. But don't reserve these for gift giving, make some for your family to enjoy year round, you won't be sorry. Fancy mustard in gift shops is expensive, as you can see from below, delicious mustard is quite easy.

Dress Up Your Mustard
by the seat of my pants

I took a jar of Plockmans premium stone ground mustard (30.5oz), using 1/2 of the mustard add the following:

zest of 1 lime
1-2 T lime juice
3 T honey
1 T white balsamic vinegar
2 T sugar
1 T ground coriander

to the rest of the jar add:

2 c dried cranberries
2 T white cooking wine
3 T honey
combine in food processor until mixed and the cranberries are finely chopped but not pureed.

Store in covered jars in the back of your fridge to ripen for about 2 weeks.

I love flavored mustard, plus they keep practically forever and are great to spice up different foods, and I don't mean just sandwiches!

Enjoy!

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