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Fantastic mustard at Blue Ribbon Market

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Benjamin68 Oct 21, 2006 01:14 AM

I was in Blue Ribbon Market last Saturday to get a sandwich: smoked duck breast with honey. It was served with the most amazing (non-whole grain) Dijon mustard, which had an intense, vibrant flavor and an incredibly long finish, like a great wine. They sell it under their own brand for something like $4. I bought a bottle and have since used it on a couple of sandwiches, where it's stolen the show.

  1. sing me a bar Nov 21, 2006 04:29 AM

    Also, the foccacia with pork and onion is great walking around snack. The honey is a necessity for any cupboard. Really nice staff at the counter.

    1. rose water Nov 20, 2006 10:58 PM

      What an amazing description! Thank you!

      Their honeys are also incredible--ask to sample while you're there. My favorite is the intensely floral "Golden Reserve" though there are a bunch of other varieties, including a very herbal tasting one.

      I also love their olive oil salt foccacia bread.

      Sigh. Another thing to buy there! (According to the Chow News report-- http://www.chowhound.com/news/11063 they have both dijon and whole grain).

      More Chow News here: http://www.chowhound.com/news (This is my favorite part of the site these days).

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