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Salute to the Mustard Winners, May 3 & 4

This weekend, May 3 and 4 from 10 to 5, stop by the National Mustard Museum in Middleton and taste the 2014 World-Wide Mustard Competition Medal Winners. This is the good stuff, Maynard!

The grand champion is Bornier Dijon, a classic recipe from a historical brand. Inglehoffer's new Sriracha mustard is a lightbulb moment, and it's nice to see our state fruit represented in Beaver Cranberry mustard. Some other notables to taste are the perennially delicious Three Monkeys sweet-hot and Earth & Vine Tangerine Habañero. All three Exotic category medal winners deserve a spot in the fridge: Gourmet du Village Maple Balsamic Mustard for a fancy Monte Cristo sandwich; Robert Rothschild Sesame Honey Mustard to balance a classic hot on, say, egg rolls; and HerbnZest Caramelized Apple Champagne Mustard for the cheese board.

It's a great weekend to visit the Museum. Stop at Hubbard for pie or Sofra for brunch, and you've got a fun Middleton day out.


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And if you're a 'tween (or even if you aren't), you probably want to stop by the Middleton Public Library on Sunday between 2 & 3pm for Star Wars Origami! May the fourth be with you!

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