We never intended on making mustard…but our customers kept asking for a good, seedy, beer mustard that could be used on sausages and smoked meat. So, we made one, but without the beer. Then just for fun, we made other flavours, like Wasabi, Ginger, Maple Crunch, Toasted Sesame Wasabi – wherever our imaginations took us…and by golly people liked them!
Mustard is not only good on sandwiches, but it’s a versatile ingredient that can be added to recipes.
- Country Seitan – a tasty vegan meat substitute with a long traditional history
- Mustard Cheddar Pretzel Buns – great with a hearty chili or soup, or on their own with a bit of butter!
- Italian-Canadian Lentil “Meatballs” – crunchy and high in protein — this is perfect comfort-food