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  • n. Plural form of mustard.


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  • Then there were two "mustards" term mine: "The Brown Mustard" is ...inexplicable color-wise.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • They're the hearty greens that laugh at cold, damp spring, such as mustards, kale, Chinese cabbages, chard, collards, arugula and spinach.


  • Vendors have for sale seasonal produce, baked goods, plants and flowers, and prepared foods such as mustards and spreads.


  • Can't miss dishes include the fresh boudin blanc or kielbasa, served simply with mustards $11.

    Brats and Beers and Pigs' Ears

  • I do find Beaver Brand mustards and horseradish at SuperLake, another Northwest food item, much coveted in our casa!

    Please Help

  • But, in addition to the candies, I found a sandwich shop which really knew how to build a proper, delicious sandwich, with extraordinary bread, artisanal ingredients, homemade cole slaw, special mustards and the like.

    Jay Weston: Downtown Burbank Is Now a Vibrant Scene -- Moore's Deli Is There

  • Sweetened mustards are a bit higher in calories, but you can generally expect to consume about 90 percent fewer calories overall if you make the switch.

    The Flex Diet

  • Colman's mustard was misspelled Coleman's in an Off Duty article March 5 on mustards.

    Corrections & Amplifications

  • Such beers also work with burgers and steaks that have been touched up with jalapeños or tangy mustards.

    The Art of Picking the Perfect Beer for a Meal

  • She suggests serving it with traditional accompaniments: fresh horseradish, an array of mustards, caraway-studded rye bread and boiled potatoes.

    A Royal Ragout


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