Time Warp In The Mustard Museum
August 2, 2003 10:16 PM   Subscribe

Let's take a trip to the Mustard Museum, shall we? "4,000 jars, bottles, and tubes of mustard from all 50 states and more than 60 countries." They even have their own fight song.
posted by dchase (11 comments total)
But where's The Colonel?
posted by wendell at 11:27 PM on August 2, 2003

"Call 800-438-6878 for free Confidential Condiment Counseling"

I hope they're open 24/7. I'm in a real pickle.
posted by fatbobsmith at 11:56 PM on August 2, 2003

"(Barry) continued to work as an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Wisconsin until 1991 when he left the law to devote his passions full-time to Mustard."

Dear me ... from the courtroom to the condiments, this guy sure has an obsession.

I'm kind of interested in ordering a degree ... hang it on my refrigerator perhaps.
posted by Happydaz at 12:34 AM on August 3, 2003

I've actually had the Chocolate Fudge Mustard. Surprisingly good. Especially on a pretzel.
posted by shecky57 at 12:56 AM on August 3, 2003

Very nice - thanks.
posted by plep at 2:08 AM on August 3, 2003

Holy Shit! What ever you do, don't order from them. They want $6.50 for this tiny jar of Coleman's that costs $1.39 at my local Boston Proper grocery store.

However, they have a a mustard made by Minokyu. "Minokyu buttplugs are the only buttplugs that Wyckyd Sceptre will use."

[/ Mr. Show]

posted by Mayor Curley at 7:53 AM on August 3, 2003

The Mount Horeb Mustard Museum is located in downtown Mount Horeb, WI. Mount Horeb, commonly known as The Troll Capital of the World...

Looks like MetaFilter's got some competition.
posted by Johnny Assay at 8:06 AM on August 3, 2003

I can proudly say that I have contributed a jar of mustard on display at the Mt. Horeb Mustard Museum.

Uhh, yay.
posted by scottq at 8:07 AM on August 4, 2003

The Mustard Museum is an oasis along the difficult road journey that GF and I used to make from Green Bay to Nebraska and back. The Swedish restaurant across the street pretty much rocks the culinary planet too. Also, be sure to subscribe to the annual catalog - advertising that doesn't seem like advertising cuz it's so fun to read.
posted by Fezboy! at 8:38 AM on August 4, 2003

Cool, a post about my own neck of the woods. We love the Mustard Museum around here. The guy who runs it is really cool and funny. I will have to admit, though, while I have driven down the "Trollway". I've never actually set foot in the museum. I'll have to get over there sometime.
posted by kayjay at 4:12 PM on August 4, 2003

I've actually been there. And bought mustard. The day I was there they had a hot dog eating contest. No ketchup allowed. My girlfriend's parents live in Mount Horeb. Quaint little town. The whole Troll schtick is a bit out of control, but without it (and the Mustard Museum), its not much more than a mark on a map.
posted by danherwig at 4:15 PM on August 5, 2003

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