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Should Come with a Warning Label

You know, I actually like mustard. Dijon on hot dogs or other sausages or on roast beef, honey mustard on ham, dry mustard to add a tang to things like deviled eggs, and so on.

But the Spa Dijon dressing at Chop't salad?

Inedible. Practically took the top of my head right off.

I can usually chow down an entire huge Chop't salad for lunch with no problem, but I had to throw half of this one away. I've had wasabi that blew me up more gently than that dressing.

(I wanted to get the regular Dijon vinegrette, but they were out of it. The counter guy suggested this as an alternative. Nuh uh, never again ... .)

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lauand
May. 6th, 2011 07:16 pm (UTC)
I usually like mustard and all kind of spicy sauces. But once, in France, I put some French mustard on my hamburger and it made me cry. Literally. Big, fat tears. My nose still tingles when I remember. One could build a nuclear bomb with that stuff, I'm pretty sure.
smillaraaq
May. 6th, 2011 08:13 pm (UTC)
Ewwww. I like capsaicin-type-spicy, but mustard I really don't care for unless it's a relatively minor flavor component of something more sweet or savory. That dressing sounds like it was designed for someone who doesn't actually want to be able to taste any of the icky green stuff under it. o_O
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