- noun Brit. mild mustard mixed with vinegar.
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French mustard — The condiment prepared for the table by adding salt, sugar, vinegar, etc • • • Main Entry: ↑mustard … Useful english dictionary
French mustard — /frɛntʃ ˈmʌstəd/ (say french mustuhd) noun a mild mustard made with vinegar … Australian English dictionary
Mustard (condiment) — Mustard seeds (top left) may be ground (top right) to make different kinds of mustard. The other four mustards pictured are a simple table mustard with turmeric coloring (center left), a Bavarian sweet mustard (center right), a Dijon mustard… … Wikipedia
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French's — is an American manufacturer of prepared mustard condiment. Created by Robert Timothy French, French s mustard debuted to the world at the 1904 St. Louis World s Fair. By 1921, French s Mustard had adopted its trademark pennant and begun… … Wikipedia
Mustard seed — mustard seed, yellow Nutritional value per 100 g (3.5 oz) Energy 1,964 kJ (469 kcal) Carbohydrates 34.94 g Sugars 6.89 g … Wikipedia
mustard — ► NOUN 1) a hot tasting yellow or brown paste made from the crushed seeds of a plant, eaten with meat or used in cooking. 2) a brownish yellow colour. ORIGIN Old French moustarde, from Latin mustum must (because mustard was originally prepared… … English terms dictionary
French dressing — is a term used in Britain and the U.S. in particular, to describe the most common salad dressing in France: the vinaigrette, and its many variations. The dressing is generally accepted to be a type of vinaigrette but often includes different… … Wikipedia
mustard — /mus teuhrd/, n. 1. a pungent powder or paste prepared from the seed of the mustard plant, used as a food seasoning or condiment, and medicinally in plasters, poultices, etc. 2. any of various acrid or pungent plants, esp. of the genus Brassica,… … Universalium
French fries — pommes redirects here. For similar terms, see Poms. French fries A dish of French fries Origin Alternative name(s) Belgian fries, chips, hot chips, fries, French fried potatoes, steak fries, wedges, potato wedges, frites … Wikipedia