but yellow mustard is in a category unto itself. as a mainstream condiment it can fit in comfortably alongside friends like ketchup and mayonnaise at a neighbourhood hotdog stand or it can situate itself on a gourmet dish of the highest quality without even the savviest foodie batting an eye
As a New Yorker, I'm not down with yellow mustard.
This is the most popular mustard in New York
This stuff is good too.
Remember when Sean Hannity tried to make it a big deal that Obama wanted spicy brown or Dijon mustard on his hamburger? Like it was un-American and elitist? Hannity is grew up and works in New York where Gulden's is king and Obama's from Chicago where they make Kosciuszko's. So to make his stupid elitist charge work, Hannity had to pretend that he didn't know tons off people growing up who liked spicy brown mustard and that Gulden's isn't available cheaply in every single supermarket in New York or Long Island where he's from. What a tool that guy is.
I love the German mustard that comes in a toothpaste type tube, but that is hard to find, so I usually go with something that taste similar, and that is...the mustard from IKEA. No shit, IKEA mustard is totally awesome.