The Mustard Man

“You should do something with this!” Were the words that Tim, the owner and creator of The Mustard Man, would constantly hear. For years Tim would make his homemade mustard and bring it to social gatherings and family holidays. Everyone wanted to have some of his amazing creation. It all started with him making it for a tailgating event and once that ball started to roll there was no way to stop it, and we are so glad it didn’t!

The Mustard Man is an Ohio based company. They are currently available at upscale retailers such as: Heinen’s, West Point Market, Anderson’s, Buehler’s and many more. They are constantly gaining popularity and becoming available in more upscale retailers. You are also able to make purchases through their website (click here to order today). The Mustard Man ships anywhere across the US

The Mustard Man has 3 unique flavors which are so versatile that you can use them every day. Simply Horsey, Simply Peppered, and Simply Sweet are the current flavors The Mustard Man has available.

with tomato

Simply Horsey:

“A very smooth Horseradish taste that won’t make your eyes water but will tickle your palate. An Excellent addition to Roast Beef, Prime Rib, Corned Beef, Brats, Burgers, hard boiled eggs, and salads. Goes great with a Sharp Cheese and crackers.”

**I love this on tater tots

Simply Peppered:

“You must love ground black pepper. This mustard is a perfect match for your Grilled meats like Steaks, Chicken, Burgers, Brats. Simply Peppered goes great with roasted vegetables and is excellent in our “Potato Gratin” recipe.”

**I think this sauce would be perfect on a left over Easter ham sandwich.

Simply Sweet:

“A softer, creamier mustard that won’t offend the “Non-Mustard” friend or family member who attends the gathering.

This Mustard is definitely a great “Party Dip” for Chips, Cheese, Crackers, Burgers, Brats, Deli Sandwiches, Chicken Salad, Tuna Salad, Chicken Tenders, or Chicken Nuggets. You might think Deviled Eggs or Egg Salad.”

**I would pair this sweet potato fries.

tots mama
Tots go perfectly with “Simply Horsey”
 There are just so many options. Some tried and true recipes can be found here. Recipes like “Simply Horsey” Planked Salmon and “Simply Peppered” Gruyere Potato Gratin.
Using the “Simply Horsey” mustard I made my family favorite Mustard Chicken. This is one of my “having people over” dishes. You know, the one that is fun and sorta fancy but nothing too crazy that you might mess up. This is a scrumptious dish that everyone will talk about the next day. Click the link under the picture to see how to make it for yourself.
 "Simply Horsey" Mustard Chicken

“Simply Horsey” Mustard Chicken


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23 Comments on The Mustard Man – A Review

  1. I absolutely LOVE this stuff! We bought the Horsey for our work St. Patrick’s Day Potluck and it was a huge hit!

  2. I’m dying to try the simply sweet mustard!! i use honey mustard on everything!!..i get weird looks sometimes!

  3. Sounds good. I have always loved mustard but have only tried the regular mustard from the store. So this would be a great try.

    • Both the horsey and peppered have a kick. The horsey has horseradish that is how it gets its heat. 🙂 I’d recommend trying both

  4. We love mustard. I really like dredging chicken in mustard then topping it with crushed pretzels and then baking. It’s delicious. The sweet mustard would make a great dipping sauce too I’m sure.

    • Hello Emily
      I’ve contacted the owner and I’m looking into this for you. It’s a great question.

  5. Never tried or heard of it until now, but would be interesting to try and I’m game for new stuff.

  6. I like all mustards and tend to give them a try. Out of the three choices, I would try the simply horsey. It sounds good and it really does give some nice flavors to things you wouldnt expect. If it is good horsey mustard, I even like it as a dip!

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