Margaret Prouse reviews Mustard Makeovers and More: Who’d have thought there would be a mustard cookbook featuring information about and recipes made with this Canadian crop? Intrigued by the idea, I ordered a copy as soon as I read about it. Read the full review here.
In California, there is a legend about how it came to pass that mustard seemingly grows wild among the grapevines. It was a Franciscan missionary who first spread the mustard seed while landscaping church properties throughout California. Planting was simple - these early world gardeners carried the mustard seeds in a sack slung over their backs, and each sack had a small hole in it, so as they walked, the seeds would scatter.
Mustard Makeovers & More! 100 Marvellous Recipes for Busy Families focuses on new twists on family favourites and also includes many adaptations of ethnic and current-day fare, from pad thai to pizzas.