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Honeycup Mustard
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Post# 905487   11/4/2016 at 17:44 (593 days old) by Tomturbomatic (Beltsville, MD)        

This is a wonderful sweet-hot mustard with brown sugar, honey, cider vinegar and mustard flour that is super great on deli turkey breast slices.  Only one grocery store was selling it lately and they stopped stocking it so I looked on Amazon. For LESS than the price of (6) 8 ounce jars which is 3 pounds, I was able to buy NINE pounds in a white plastic bucket which might almost be a lifetime supply. If any of you are at my estate sale at a time to be announced in the future,  it is the white 4.5 inches high tub in the basement refrigerator.


Because of Prime, it was shipped free along with a tube of Ichthammol drawing salve. Do any of you remember that black smelly stuff from your childhood? 

Post# 905492 , Reply# 1   11/4/2016 at 18:13 (593 days old) by wayupnorth (On a lake between Bangor and Bar Harbor)        

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I vote for Honeycup Mustard, that sounds tasty. Those that have Facebook, can see who Stephen King stands by, even though he has a Clinton sign behind his iron fence. Give you a clue, the vote sign is perfect to describe this foolish election and it involves IT. I dont even go there with that salve. Brings back too many bad memories as a kid.

This post was last edited 11/04/2016 at 19:11
Post# 905496 , Reply# 2   11/4/2016 at 18:29 (593 days old) by Unimatic1140 (Minneapolis)        

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Moved from DL as you asked Tom.

Post# 905500 , Reply# 3   11/4/2016 at 19:05 (593 days old) by Tomturbomatic (Beltsville, MD)        

Thank you, Robert.

Post# 913041 , Reply# 4   12/29/2016 at 18:29 (538 days old) by Tomturbomatic (Beltsville, MD)        

Honey Cup mustard is faboo on French Fries! I mean you already have fat, starch and salt so why not add sugar for a balanced dish with all four important food groups in it.

Post# 913052 , Reply# 5   12/29/2016 at 20:12 (538 days old) by Jmm63 (Denville, NJ)        
Love it!!

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We use Honey Cup at the store alot.  We make a turkey, brie, and granny smith apple sandwich that's delish.  Also make a Ham glaze with equal parts Honey Cup and apricot preserves and a little hot water to mix it all.  It also makes a great cranberry mustard, mix it with fresh cranberry sauce or the canned whole berry stuff.  Heck, the list could go on forever,  love that stuff!

Post# 913114 , Reply# 6   12/30/2016 at 08:25 (537 days old) by vacerator (Macomb, Michigan)        
Honey mustard

is good, Ingelhoffer is good, Dijon is good, even the cheap Guldens is good, and Honey Badger don't care either.

Post# 913150 , Reply# 7   12/30/2016 at 12:14 (537 days old) by Tomturbomatic (Beltsville, MD)        

Jim, After buying 4 liters with free shipping on Amazon so I am finding lots of uses for a product I used to use sparingly when I bought it in 8 oz jars.

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