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Your favourite Kozlik's mustard?

I'm going to pick up an assortment for gifts next time I'm at the St Lawrence Market. I've only tried a couple. What's your favourite and what ways do you use it?
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  1. their triple crunch is good
    and i like the extra hot as well
    and how do i use them? anything that calls for mustard! :D

    I've sen their mustard all over town lately including grocery stores

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    1. re: CoffeeAddict416

      I've seen Kozlik's at Sobey's, which is great!

      Love their maple variety - I like to add it to dumpling sauce for a bit of kick.

    2. Longo's having it on sale till Dec 24 for $3.99, not sure about the selection.
      I like German and Amazing Maple. Good on pork loin roast, leftover is good for sandwich with extra mustard.

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      1. re: shir

        That's a pretty good deal. Did you happen to notice if they had the one with balsamic & figs/dates?

        1. re: JamieK

          Sorry... I haven't have a chance to stop by.

          1. re: JamieK

            JamieK:
            I was going to say that my favourite mustard is their balsamic fig+dates. I love this mustard on all pork products, and sandwiches of any sort.

            1. re: JamieK

              I'm not sure about Longos, but at Sobeys they only seem to have XXX Hot, Hot Garlic, and Triple Crunch.

              1. re: Tara9000

                The sale exisits if you order through Grocery Gateway, too.

          2. I'm especially fond of the balsamic-fig-dates, and the dill.

              1. re: Splendid Wine Snob

                I sampled about a half dozen at the Gourmet Food & Wine Expo a month ago. All were outstanding. I wound up purchasing the XXX-Hot mustard. I was warned that the batch had been made only a few days earlier and would be even hotter than the sample bottle. They weren't kidding. The stuff makes my sinuses melt. It's wickedly addictive, though. I find myself mixing small amounts with my regular Maille Dijon, to create the perfect heat level for my palate. I regret not picking up a couple of others at the show. Buying two or three mustards seemed excessive, but who cares? I'll be on the lookout for them at Sobey's.

              2. They have one called I believe, 'Rib'i'Q' and it is quite wonderful on bbq'd ribs. Also, their horseradish is quite possibly the best you'll ever taste. During the busker fest the boys at Kozlik's take a montrous cast iron cooking pan outside and whip up a simply stir fry of just chick-peas, peppers, onion and garlic and then throw in a big dollop of the triple crunch mustard...fantastic stuff.

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                1. re: finelydiced

                  Second the horseradish. It's ridiculous in flavour and intensity.