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There is no need to increase the viscosity of mustard by using chemicals
Hamburger: not a worse thing to have mustard with
Our Garlic Galore mustard made it in the first issue of Scotland's Food & Drink Magazine taste.
in the 18th century in England mustard was served on the tables of the wealthy in silver and with a silver spoon. Mustard contains sulphur and reacts with silver, a metallic aftertaste was (and still is) the result. The alternative for silver mustard spoons is wooden ones. Our mustard spoons are carved from juniper wood and untreated.
When you are in the Outer Hebrides just right now but can't make it to the mustard shack in the South of Harris, replenish your favourite mustard at the Loomshed Hebridean deli in Tarbert
Yellow awakens the spirits. Ask children to draw something yellow and they will come up with the sun. Yellow triggers associations such as summer, sunflowers, holidays and good humour. The Colour yellow stands for well-being, happiness and joie de vivre. And at Mustheb yellow stands for mustard.

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Beetroot and Liquorice is always a winning match
Burn's Night is only once a year, this salmon is meant…
Cream cheese balls not just for Halloween
Potato salad with our Bonnie Wholegrain mustard
Beetroot and Liquorice is always a winning match
A refreshing salad with an 8-Pepper-Cèilidh dressing
An easy to make mustard dip as treat for veg lovers
An extraordinary risotto with a wee mustard tanginess
Gobble them up from the oven before someone else claims
Mustard and watermelon really go well together
Just the best in dull and dreich weathers
A salad with a delightful mustard dressing
Adapt it to Halloween with Jack O'Lantern carvings
An unusual palate cleaner - Mustard Ice Cream
Potato Mustard Soup: If it’s dreich outside, this soup…
A flavourful marinade that turns any kind of BBQ stuff…
The zing of mustard in that gravy turns it into a…