The town of Dijon, France introduced their unique flavored dijon mustard in 1200. The ingredients include: verjuice, the extract of unripe grapes, a paste of ground brown mustard seed and vinegar.
- Mustard (condiment) – Wikipedia
Dijon, France, became a recognized center for mustard making by the 13th century. The popularity of mustard in Dijon is evidenced by written accounts of guests consuming 320 litres (70 imp gal) of mustard creme in a single sitting at a gala held by the Duke of Burgundy in 1336.
- Dijon mustard – Wikipedia
Dijon mustard (Moutarde de Dijon) is a traditional mustard of France, named after the town of Dijon in Burgundy, France, which was the epicenter of mustard …
- The history of Dijon mustard – Kitchen Project
May 31, 2018 – The traditional Dijon mustard recipe includes Verjus and ground … in Dijon, France and the when the harvest came, and the grapes were …
- Dijon – The Home of Mustard – Pilot Guides – Travel, Explore, Learn
Then in the Thirteenth Century the French introduced mustard seeds to farmers, however it was not until 1752 when Jean Naigeon replaced the vinegar by the …
- Mustard – French Selections
Dijon was already considered the mustard capital and this reputation was … of the 16th century introduced many new plants and spices (vanilla, nutmeg, cloves.