american mustard is good when a food is fatty and needs the vinegar to balance it out so you put a lot of it, you can't use a spicy mustard for this or it'll be too overpowering. i like a grilled cheese made with cheddar/swiss and a lot of yellow mustard.
Maybe it's because I'm from Brittany and the English have had a profound influence over not only our culture but our palates as well that I hate mustard. I've always considered it more of a German and Eastern European thing more than a Central and Western European thing.
It's just one of those things, no matter how much I try to like it, it's a taste I'll never acquire.
I guess. There was a big scandal last year with French and English sailors charging migrants obscene amounts of money to transport people across the channel to England. Upwards of €15,000 flat rate per family, €10,000 for single "able bodied" men with no real reason to go to England other than to "just go" there.
I think 13 sailors in total are standing trial for doing this, meaning that dozens of other sailors got off Scott free and continue to do it. Money is money, but it's a bit like Judas accepting his silver for the location of Christ in the Bible ya know. Betrayal and such...
Those people are gross and I'm happy local militia put a stop to it and brought INTERPOL into Brittany permanently until this migrant crisis is figured out. I'm in Morgat...it's a big issue here, or...it was until people started to die. Then the migrants went to the Eurotunnel instead.
Hmm...mustard is gross though, no idea why you like it.
When I was about 5 our house burned down, the fire fighters/city put us up in a hotel for a week and bought us McDonald's, it was the best fucking burger I've ever had.
>fast forward >I'm 22 now >been missing out on that flavor all those years because I never get mustard >that day I was just hungry and upset about the fire so I didn't even check what was in it, just ate >made hamburgers yesterday >decide to add mustard >horyshet.jpg
This whole time I couldn't recreate the beautiful taste because I was being a picky bastard. Made hot links with 'chup, 'stard, 'yo, and 'lish. Shits amazing
>>7238524 as your palate seems very limited and american mistard is probably banned due to food quality, ingredients ("we can't call this stuff mustard over here") where I live I can't judge your view. I have three mustards in my fridge: hot stuff, dijon and orange mustard. now please campaign against those three when they are used with the right food (sausage, steak: hot stuff / dijon: cheese [AOC gruyere for instance], orange mustard: allrounder). it's not one mustard for all, there is a wide palate and they all have their use and are available if they meet local food standards.
>>7238909 right - as it is the fifth language next to the one of the two colonies in the area called canada and the area south to you and a local dialectand of/and a language spoken north and east from here I am happy to congratulate you too your very unique (uni, also "uno" in latin) taste of mustard. I wish you a wider selection of higher quality produce.
This is the only place they can vent their frustrations about gangs of 1,000 Arabic men running around raping women, looting, rioting and getting away with it.
They're slowly being cucked out of their own birthright, so they come here to complain about their tiny grievences like mustard, and pickles on their fast food burgers. Or how Americans are all fat and stupid etc etc etc.
The worlds most illustrious culinary school is in the USA what the fuck are you talking about. Royalty send their Chefs to the CIA to refine their culinary acumen from across the planet. 25% of their student body are people that don't even speak fluent English.
To add, Paul Bocuse thought so highly of the CIA that he sent his son Jerome to study their stating it was the "highest standard of culinary education on the planet".
Even your music, fashion, movies, video games and porn are American. Be grateful you pathetic weakling. Why aren't you out killing migrants this very moment?
If I stayed in Europe instead of moving to the USA that's what I would be doing. Good thing I come from a place where the politicians actually care about their constituents and keep the raping masses out of their lands.
The worlds highest learning institutions are also in the USA and their foreign born matriculation is pretty high. Most go back to their countries of origin with their American education though.
Canada is your commonwealth and technically your Queen can veto anything in their parliament she's sees unfit or damaging to the house of Windsor. Thing about that is the Windsor's aren't real royalty, they used banking debt ans subversion to uproot the house of Stewart...but you're British...so you know they're German, not English.
>>7239227 >Burgerclapper trying to ironically shitpost while protending to be European >Being this butt-fuzzled because people prefer things that aren't American >Being this feeble-minded that you can't appreciate that things are automatically better or worse than other things just because of where they're made
>>7239224 Another Bongerman here but I've found mustard to be an extremely common condiment, such as in ham sandwiches or BLTs (English mustard for both). I will sometimes have them with steak, sausages, or burgers. Why do you think every pub that serves food has mustard? And the shit ones usually have at least three - English, French, and brown (this is excluding Dijon).
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