Almost everyone has a jar of Dijon mustard hiding in their fridge door. Whether you use it in salad dressings or as a hot dog topping, the world seems dominated by Dijon dippers. But hold on a minute, what's this Düsseldorf nonsense?
According to the Chicago Tribune, Düsseldorf, a common German condiment, is beginning to steal the Dijon spotlight. And their prized spicy mustard might just make it to many more shelves after the European Commision decided to slightly expand their offerings.
Will you be passing the Dijon, or the Düsseldorf?
Pass the Düsseldorf from the Chicago Tribune