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“Mustard is French for "yellow stain on your shirt for the rest of the day.”
“Better still, there's two versions of the doll -- one dressed as the writer appeared in Mustard, and the other in his wedding finery.”
“Mustard is also more common in Tampa than it is in Miami, the other major city in the Axis of Cuban Sandwiches.”
“Colonel Mustard is next unless he can figure out who's responsible.”
“Potato Pie with Cabbage and Mustard is warm and filling, and makes a satisfying meal when paired with a crisp green salad, olives, and bread.”
“Cauliflower and peas are sauteed in Mustard seeds, turmeric, ginger, salt and a pinch of sugar .... no tomatoes, no garam masalas, no chili powder ... just plain goodness of cauliflower and peas, to be relished with a cup of home made yogurt and phulkas.”
“The only thing French about French's Mustard is the name," the company announced.”
“Mains-wise, G went traditional with the Duck a l’orange (excellent and the duck nice and pink) and I tried the Pork in Mustard which was equally good, sitting atop red cabbage and bacon.”
“Riley Lee, a boy I hope I have mentioned, who formed a band called Mustard Monkey, took a poem I wrote and set it to music.”
“Because he was part of a rock band called Mustard Monkey, most of the time there was some sort of loud musical noise blaring in his ears.”
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n. A plant of the genus Brassica, formerly classed as Sinapis. The ordinary species are B. nigra, the black mustard; B. alba, the white mustard; and B. Sinapistrum, the wild mustard or charlock. Th...
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