I’m honored to be a guest blogger on Food in Jars this week while Marisa enjoys a well-deserved vacation with her husband Scott. My post is up today on FiJ, and is a basic mustard tutorial, with recipes for Classic Dijon and Bourbon Brown Sugar mustards. If you haven’t yet taken the mustard plunge, this post has everything you need to get started – surf on over and check it out.
If you are already rocking the homemade mustard, scope out this mustard post, or browse the mustard catgeory, for a recent list of recipes here at Local Kitchen and get your mustard inspiration on. Mustard is the new black, you know. (Or maybe the new bacon. I keep getting those two confused.) Happy mustarding!
I was just wondering the other day about making a homemade version of my favorite dijon. Perfect timing!
Pingback: Homemade Mustard with Balsamic Vinegar | Three Clever Sisters
Pingback: Homemade Grainy Mustard with Balsamic Vinegar
I have made the Bourbon Brown Sugar mustard several times now (using a little bit less Bourbon) and absolutely love it!
Love your mustard recipes!