French's Classic Yellow American Mustard Reviews
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Newest Review: ... into your hand, allowing for a satisfying squeeze. The nozzle on top is well-designed and always proffers a nice dollop of ... more
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French's Classic American Yellow Mustard - Catering Size 3.1 Litr ...
Contains only the finest - grade mustard seeds
Last Update 18.05.2013 15:40
by - written on 26/11/12, updated on 27/11/12 (Very useful, 40 readings)
Whatever your politics or personal views, you've got to admit that our friends in America give us many great things - from cars to fizzy drinks and TV shows- and French's yellow mustard is no exception to this fine tradition. There are many reasons why I love it, as I will now attempt to explain... **PACKAGING** The French's bottle stands out on the shelves in a pleasing shade of sunshine yellow, matching the colour of its delicious contents. Its ergonomic and curvaceous shape fits easily into your hand, allowing for a satisfying squeeze. The nozzle on top is well-designed and always proffers a nice dollop of the yellow stuff when ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/10/11 (Very useful, 25 readings)
We bought this mustard from Asda in a 397g squeezy bottle which seems to be the standard size, when it was on offer for £1 - it is usually £1.79. We have it with loads of our meals and absolutely love it. I first tried this type of mild American style mustard on hotdogs at Ikea and soon decided that this is the only sauce to have on a hotdog. It has the tangy flavour of mustard but is much creamier than English mustard, making it an accessible option for anyone looking for an alternative relish with a slightly spicy flavour. It allows you the taste of mustard without being overpowering. The bottle suggests serving the mustard with hotdogs, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/09/11 (Very useful, 43 readings)
Through most of my life, I have never been a fan of mustard, I just never liked it and never bothered to eat it. I recently went to a meal out at a local Frankie and Bennys and my partner had some French's Classic Yellow American Mustard on his food. I caught a whiff of it, and it actually smelt quite nice, so I decided to try a dab by stealing one of his french fries that he covered with this mustard. I was surprised to find that I actually really liked it, and I immediatley put some of the mustard on my plate so I could dip my own food in it. I really liked the taste of this mustard, and I wondered why I had been so against mustard all these years! I now ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/11/10 (Very useful, 160 readings)
I no longer eat meat but even in my carnivorous days, I was never a fan of Macdonalds, although I always really enjoyed the relish which was dolloped on top of a Big Mac and gently oozed out of the bun. When the conversation at work turned recently to Macdonalds (we have some very odd conversations), I mentioned how I missed the relish and one of my colleagues brought in a book the following day called 'The Takeaway Secret' which not only included a recipe for making a very close approximation of a Big Mac, it also had a recipe for the relish. Whoopee!! I couldn't wait to get home and serve it up on a Quorn Burger. Unfortunately, when I got home and looked ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/01/09 (Very useful, 191 readings)
Hubby did the shopping this week so I was a little disappointed when he came back with wafer-thin 'plasticy' ham rather than the real thing. However, rather than say anything, I decided that I would use some in a sandwich & searched my shelves to find something that would add a bit more flavour/ excitement. I remembered I'd bought some Young's Classic American Mustard & made a really nice tasty buttie which I've just finished. Apparently this make is an American family favourite & has been since it's introduction at the St Louis World's Fair in 1904. I do love English mustard but sometimes I go for the more mild ... Read the complete review
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