If you thought your standby mustard had a little spice, get a mouthful of this addictive spread. A. Bauer's original, creamy recipe gets a boost from fresh horseradish, with perfect texture and that burn we can't get enough of.
Bart J. Druery IV is upholding a family mustard tradition crafted in 1888 by his great-grandfather, Augustus Bauer, who sold it from his storefront in Queens, New York. It's still a local favorite after more than 120 years.
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Ideal for upgrading everyday roast beef sandwiches. Whisk with olive oil for a standout dressing to drizzle on warm potatoes or crisp greens.
Mustard seed, vinegar, horseradish, salt, spices. Comes in an 8 oz jar.