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Thu Jun 2, 2016, 07:05 PM

desperately seeking mustard

We're having a party on the 18th and we'll be serving bratwurst. I want to serve some good German mustard. I had some once that sent me over the moon, but I don't remember the brand name, dammit.

There's this place called Old World in Huntington Beach. It's sort of a mini faux German town. The woman I talked to there said a few of the brand names they sell Haendlmaier, Kuehne, Inglehoffer, Loewensenf, Thomy, Hengstenberg, Landsberg, Alstertor and Hela. Have you heard of any of these? How about any other brand names?

Thanks!

"Old World Huntington Beach offers unique “Old World European” dining, shopping, entertainment and special event experiences to Southern California locals and tourists alike."

http://www.oldworld.ws/

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Bertha Venation Jun 2016 OP
hobbit709 Jun 2016 #1
mackerel Jun 2016 #2
Thor_MN Jun 2016 #3
gvstn Jun 2016 #7
Major Nikon Jun 2016 #4
Rhiannon12866 Jun 2016 #5
KamaAina Jun 2016 #6

Response to Bertha Venation (Original post)

Thu Jun 2, 2016, 08:08 PM

1. My faves are Inglehoffer Sweet Hot and Sweet Hot Pepper.

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Response to Bertha Venation (Original post)

Thu Jun 2, 2016, 08:10 PM

2. Input those names into Amazon and see

if there are any customer reviews.

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Response to Bertha Venation (Original post)

Thu Jun 2, 2016, 11:22 PM

3. The real question for most is "What do you Poupon?"

 

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Response to Thor_MN (Reply #3)

Fri Jun 3, 2016, 02:43 PM

7. I still use

Their country style mustard to about 2 parts Hellman's mayonnaise for a 1 minute dip for asparagus or fish that tastes like you spent a lot more time on it than you did.

Specialty German mustards are above my taste distinction abilities.

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Response to Bertha Venation (Original post)

Fri Jun 3, 2016, 01:02 AM

4. Quite often places like that will let you sample

With brats I like a slightly coarse grind horseradish mustard with a good bit of kick. In German, horseradish is meerrettich, so you might want to look for that, and don't forget this....

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Response to Bertha Venation (Original post)

Fri Jun 3, 2016, 02:39 AM

5. Growing up, we always had homemade mustard. I didn't know there was any other kind, LOL.

It was known as "Grandma Miller's Mustard," the recipe came from my aunt's German grandmother-in-law. My Dad loved it and I'd probably like it now, but as a kid it was way too hot for me!

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Response to Bertha Venation (Original post)

Fri Jun 3, 2016, 01:40 PM

6. I will not be coming down for that

 

Mustard?!

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