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    Jerry Avins Guest

    Default Prepared mustard (cross posted)

    I like mustard bran in mustard for meat. It shows up as dark flecks in
    those mustards that include it. My favorite was Grandfather's Old Dutch
    Mustard, but I haven't seen it in stores for about fifty years. Does
    anyone know if it still exists?

    Kosciusko came close, and it's still pretty good now that Plochman's
    took it over, but it doesn't quite equal what I think I remember. I find
    that Ba-Tampte is a fair substitute, not much different from Nathan's,
    but a lot less costly.

    Jerry
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    spamtrap1888 Guest

    Default Re: Prepared mustard (cross posted)

    On Mar 5, 9:10*am, Jerry Avins <j...@ieee.org> wrote:
    > I like mustard bran in mustard for meat. It shows up as dark flecks in
    > those mustards that include it. My favorite was Grandfather's Old Dutch
    > Mustard, but I haven't seen it in stores for about fifty years. Does
    > anyone know if it still exists?


    Thanks to teh googel, I know that the Old Dutch Mustard Co., currently
    of Great Neck, NY, but apparently previously of Brooklyn, just
    reregistered their "Grandfather's" trademark.

    http://trademarks.justia.com/854/33/...-85433776.html

    > Kosciusko came close, and it's still pretty good now that Plochman's
    > took it over, but it doesn't quite equal what I think I remember. I find
    > that Ba-Tampte is a fair substitute, not much different from Nathan's,
    > but a lot less costly.


    I never remember Kosciusko as a separate entity. And Ba-Tampte pickles
    are so blah (do they really use dill?) that I'm disinclined to buy any
    other of their products.


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    Gorio Guest

    Default Re: Prepared mustard (cross posted)


    spamtrap1888;1720409 Wrote:
    > On Mar 5, 9:10*am, Jerry Avins j...@ieee.org wrote:-
    > I like mustard bran in mustard for meat. It shows up as dark flecks in
    > those mustards that include it. My favorite was Grandfather's Old
    > Dutch
    > Mustard, but I haven't seen it in stores for about fifty years. Does
    > anyone know if it still exists?-
    >
    > Thanks to teh googel, I know that the Old Dutch Mustard Co., currently
    > of Great Neck, NY, but apparently previously of Brooklyn, just
    > reregistered their "Grandfather's" trademark.
    >
    > 'OLD DUTCH GRANDFATHER'S BRAND Trademark Trademark Application of Old
    > Dutch Mustard Co., Inc. - Serial Number 85433776 :: Justia Trademarks ::
    > Justia Trademarks' (http://tinyurl.com/75h2xob)
    > -
    > Kosciusko came close, and it's still pretty good now that Plochman's
    > took it over, but it doesn't quite equal what I think I remember. I
    > find
    > that Ba-Tampte is a fair substitute, not much different from Nathan's,
    > but a lot less costly.-
    >
    > I never remember Kosciusko as a separate entity. And Ba-Tampte pickles
    > are so blah (do they really use dill?) that I'm disinclined to buy any
    > other of their products.


    I like Mr. Mustard hot for meat and samiches. For brats, Silver Spring
    Brat mustard.




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    Gorio

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