Our small batch mustards start with either a deli-style (made in the USA) or a whole grain mustard base. We then blend in dried herbs, spices and other unusual ingredients that blend well with tart taste of mustard.

These mustards are not only for sandwiches and hot dogs – they are also great in:

  • Potato salad (cold or hot) and Pasta salad
  • Deviled eggs
  • Dip for pretzels, veggies or french fries
  • Salad dressing: just mix mustard with extra virgin olive oil
  • Wing dip: mix with Ketchup as a dip for chicken wings
  • Baked potatoes: mix into melted butter for baked potatoes
  • Baked salmon: spread on salmon, sprinkle with 2 Tbs balsamic & 1 Tbs light soy sauce
  • Baked chicken: spread on chicken pieces, roll in Panko & bake
  • Baked pork: spread on pork roast or chops & bake
  • Baked Ham: spread on ham & a bit of brown sugar/maple syrup & bake

The mustards carry the Amidon & D’Ailly label from Charlotte’s French heritage.

Ancient Roman

This is a 2,000 year old recipe – truly ancient. The Romans were the first to use mustard as a sauce would serve large bowls of it along side every meal. They would use what was growing around them – almonds, pine nuts & red wine vinegar  – all in incorporated into the crushed mustard seed. This is delicious and is a top seller.  Charlotte feels privileged to bring this back to the market.

14th Century French

This recipe is definitely different and a bit more complex than most mustards. It contains “poudre douce” (ginger and sugar), cinnamon, nutmeg and clove that are incorporated with crushed mustard seed. In medieval France, poudre douce was commonly known, where as today only those in medieval cooking have a clue. Ancient France and Italy had access to the exotic spices available from the ‘spice road’ merchants and it resulted in very flavorful food.

French Curry

French curry, or Vandouvan, started in India. Some of the curry ingredients are smoked, softening the curry flavor. The mustard is made with honey and nutmeg and the taste is smooth. Especially good in deviled eggs and on most everything!

Dilly Dilly

This mustard uses dill seed and dill weed. chives and garlic that combines for a smooth, fresh flavor that’s really dilly (if that’s a word). Especially good on white fish, potato salad or add oil for a zesty salad dressing.

Pickled Onion Chipotle

Homemade pickled onions are added to the chipotle and the rest of the ingredients. It has a bit of heat but won’t take your head off. This is one of the top sellers.

Meyer Lemon & Pepper

Whole Meyer lemons are crushed and mixed with coarse cracked black pepper. The lemon peel has essential oils & the pith has natural pectin and other goodies.   Meyer lemon is a cross of a lemon and an orange variety and is sweeter than a standard lemon. Our Meyer lemon tree has lemons on it all 12 months as well as blooms. Charlotte just loves this amazing tree!

Case orders are welcome and can be mixed.