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Spicy Parmesan Mustard Dip

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When I dip, you dip, we SPICY MUSTARD dip! We breakfast boarded last week, so we’re on to slightly healthier adventures this week; a colorful veggie board with our Spicy Parmesan Mustard Dip. Cue the drool emoji because this 3 ingredient dip will have you coming back for more. Do you like Spicy Stout Mustard? Parmesan Cheese? Mayo? Good, then you’re gonna love this. Just mix it all together and voila, you’re done!

Spicy Parmesan Mustard Dip is obviously delicious with veggies (come on, do you not want to eat this whole board above?), but it’s also super good with just about anything. Try it with potato chips, pretzels or pita chips. Spread it on a sandwich or dip some chicken in it! You could also put it in a small baking dish with spinach and artichokes and bake at 350 for 30 minutes for a warm dip!

If that doesn’t make you reach for your jar of Spicy Stout mustard, we don’t know what will! Oh, and bonus, if you’re out of mustard, it’s the perfect week to stock up. We have 3 for $25 happening online now through Friday (3/29)!

Spicy Parmesan Mustard Dip

Recipe makes 1 1/2 cups

• 1/2 cup mayonnaise
• 1/2 cup Spicy Stout mustard
• 1/2 cup parmesan

Mix all ingredients together in a food processor or blender.

What are your favorite foods to eat with a dip?


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Cuban Sandwich with Sweet German Mustard

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If you live in the Tampa Bay Area, there’s like a 99% chance you love Cuban sandwiches or have at least tried them. They’re a staple over here, originating in Ybor City. There’s nothing like a warm crunchy sandwich with ham, pork, pickles, swiss cheese, and mustard.

We used our Sweet German mustard on our take of a cuban to add a sweet and savory layer to the sandwich. We also of course used our Habanero Dills for a garlicky spicy kick. When you make a cuban at home be sure to get the best bread. We used cuban bread from La Segunda, a bakery in Ybor that has made cuban bread for a very very long time. (We found our bread at Lucky’s St Pete!)

So basically you build your sandwich first. Spread Sweet German mustard on one or both pieces of bread. Stack slices of ham, pork, and swiss cheese to your liking. Then slice our Habanero Dills in thin strips and place on top of the cheese. Close the sandwich and slather the outside in butter.

Then place your sandwich in a medium hot cast iron. We like to take a another pan or a foil-covered brick and place it on the sandwich to press it and give it a good crisp on the outside. Leave like that for a few minutes and flip, repeating that same step.

Then, eat while it’s hot and enjoy!


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Sriracha pickled deviled eggs

Sriracha pickled deviled eggs

As the weather warms up and BBQ season approaches for us folks in the south, I begin to get a hankering for some picnic classics like pickled eggs. Great with a cold beer on a hot day, or made into a twist on deviled eggs like we've done here, tons of occasions call for this savory unique snack. There aren't many things I can compare the renewed texture of a pickled egg to, but that rubbery snap is something to get addicted to.