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Old 01-16-2015, 08:01 PM   #11
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Reading Zagut's' post, I went hmm, I bet Steve K knows this. Wisc is just a hop skip and a jump away.

I like Creole mustard. Too bad it only seems to come in eensie little jars.
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Old 01-16-2015, 08:52 PM   #12
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Reading Zagut's' post, I went hmm, I bet Steve K knows this. Wisc is just a hop skip and a jump away.

I like Creole mustard. Too bad it only seems to come in eensie little jars.
You could try making your own: Creole Mustard Recipe | Nola Cuisine
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What city is it in?
I googled. Their stores are in FL from about northern Fort Myers down to Naples, along the west side of the state. Here is the link to their site: The Mustard Factory
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In case anyone's interested, there's a seller here in South Florida called 'The Mustard Factory.' They sell on-line as well as small shops hereabouts. I've heard the horseradish mustard is really good.
They have stores of their own, plus they are offered at some other shops. One of them is "Restoratives Cafe"! We NEED to meet there this November!
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I googled. Their stores are in FL from about northern Fort Myers down to Naples, along the west side of the state. Here is the link to their site: The Mustard Factory
Thanks CG.
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What city is it in?
Their Face Book page lists Naples, FL, as their home.
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Old 01-17-2015, 01:37 PM   #18
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I cannot figure out what the timing is for sending/receiving emails/posts. I didn't get CG's until after I had posted mine.

CG, you said a mouthful. I really need to check out Restoratives' soups, too.
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