My wife’s name is Kim, she was raised in an American family with Danish heritage. Our mustard comes from her great-grandmother’s recipe.
It is thought that mustard was cultivated for the first time in India in 3000 BC and was eventually exported to the West; it was well known by ancient Romans, who used it for the preparation of many dishes and for healing.
Our mustard goes well with beef or pork dishes, burgers, roasted or boiled meats and especially with ham.
INGREDIENTS: flour, sugar, cider vinegar (may contain sulfites), mustard powder, extra virgin olive oil, salt.
WEIGHT: 7.76 oz per jar
After opening, keep refridgerated (32° to 39° F)