Wednesday, 18 July 2018

Lady Magnon: addict.



Ever since she first tasted this, she's been hooked.

If she could have it on her morning cornflakes, she would. If she could fill the pool with it, I think she'd do so. If she could have it as a flavoured toothpaste, there's no question that she would brush her teeth 20 times a day.

It's a little too sweet for me, but even so it's very pleasant. Your Hot Dogs would never be the same again.

Oh, I didn't say, did I...... it's mustard with honey.


33 comments:

  1. I do my own as a marinade on BBQ chicken.

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    1. I shall try it. Not much to dislike!

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  2. I can understand lady M,I also like it and can have it on everything.

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    1. Sounds like a Mustard Sisterhood!

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  3. It is really nice, can understand her obsession. I often use a balsamic vinegar with honey and mustard in it. Wonderful on salads

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    1. It is remarkably addictive. I'm amazed she didn't discover it years ago.

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  4. It sounds like a contradiction to me from the mustard fields of East Anglia.

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    1. I presume French Mustard is grown around Dijon; very similar to Norfolk.

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  5. Sounds a bit too sweet for my taste.

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    1. It would be more to my taste with about half the amount of Honey.

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  6. Even Bok seems addicted to it; look at that look. So sweet!
    Greetings Maria x

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    1. He's saying "look, boss, my eyes are the same colour as the mustard".

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  7. Too sweet for me but I should think it makes an excellent marinade.

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    1. I shall try brushing it on BBQ'd pork or chicken. It certainly wouldn't make it worse!

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    1. As long as you have a sweet tooth; unfortunately I don't.

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  9. It would probably make a good Dijonaise sauce.

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    1. I fear it might be a bit too sweet.

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  10. Honey mustard is a favorite in our house also and can be used on/for many foods.

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  11. I am with Lady M,especially with a good roast ham.

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    1. I wish we could buy English style Ham joints here. Sadly we can't.

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  12. Well why didn't I think of that? We have tons of our own honey, so I'm off for some good quality mustard today. I imagine it will be lovely on one of our pork shoulder roasts.

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    1. It would be perfect. I can see a profitable business in the wings!

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  13. I love honey mustard especially on a good roast ham.

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    1. Lovely. If only we could buy nice ham joints here. I dream about them!

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  14. I just added a couple of teaspoons to a pan full of carrots & brussel sprouts - YUM!

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    1. That sounds like a great idea; I love Brussels Sprouts!

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  15. I like honey mustard, but only if it has an extra spicy kick! Yours sounds awfully sweet.

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    1. I haven't looked at the ingredients, but I should think it's 50/50; very sweet.

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  16. Well, well, well. I had no idea that you could buy it. I used to make my own for a marinade.

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  17. I shall look for this in the international section of grocery market. I have loved any kind of mustard since grade school. Yum!

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