Dijon mustard actually comes from a region of France, but that shouldn’t stop you from enjoying it or making it yourself. This mustard pairs beautifully with meats, cheeses, pretzels, brats, biscuits , it is simply amazing and so easy to make. For a fraction of the cost of store-bought, you can create your own Dijon mustard in two simple steps, who knew?
- Amber Bradshaw
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