Keen as

Keen asI’ve been meaning to blip these for a few weeks now. I love using mustard in my cooking and tend to measure it in tablespoons, so the standard tiny supermarket jars frustrate me. I recalled that when I was cooking for a living, I had a huge jar of Pommery grain mustard on the pantry shelf. A little research revealed that I could buy jars of mustard via Amazon.

These jars are neither as large or as satisfactory as the old-style ones, which had cork lids, ribbon and sealing wax but I confess to enjoying slapping in the mustard with impunity once more.

The green peppercorn one is very good indeed – we had it with fillet steaks. Lovely.

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