I have a mustard purse that never fails to get compliments. For earth tones, I much prefer shades of brown with red and orange undertones, orange, and olive.
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It was very popular when I was college age, with earth tones ruling fashion. This spring saw it paired with all kinds of pinks to varying effect. I own clutch that rarely goes out and right now that is my only piece in mustard. I love this color. It is one of the few colors in the yellow family that I can wear. I have a sleeveless shell that I wear with navy, denim, and white bottoms. I also have a pair of wide legged, cropped Madewell pants in this color that have been a workhorse for me this summer.
I am hoping to add a few more pieces this fall including a dress and a coat. I like the colour in itself but it does not like me back. But on other people, when it works with their colouring, it is a great and chic colour.
What a beautiful, warm and rich colour! As for Ginger, mustard look good with my light brown hair but not si good with my skin tone. I can wear a lot of yellows and oranges, but what I would consider a true mustard just makes my skin look muddy. Definitely not a color I would wear next to my face! I love it and find it a very versatile color.
When looking to add updates to my wardrobe this year, pieces in this color will be at the top of my list. Mustard is too dirty for me but I wish I could wear it as it is easier to find than a clear midtone yellow.
I have a small mustard shoulder bag and would consider a pair of flats to compliment it. Or a pair of pants. I do love mustard on those who can wear it, especially with white and grey or navy. I bought an unusual vintage Coach bag several years ago, but rarely used it. Why I decided to add other mustard pieces this year, I have no idea. I added sandals, shoes, and a few vintage scarves.
My overall outfits are blue or grey, but look interesting with pops of mustard. Just yesterday a pair of mustard booties were delivered. Alas, not a good match at all. This post makes me very happy. I dig mustard yellow and have golden blonde hair with tiny silver streaks that blend in at the front and skin that is on the pale side but likely describable as warm toned. If I think about my wardrobe, mustard is represented currently in some tops and dresses and a pair of printed shorts — some of the items are all mustard, other times it appears in a pattern with other colours.
It makes me happy when paired with navy or ink but I am with Suntiger — it really pops when paired with teal. One of my favourite outfits from a few years back incorporated a mustard top with a beautiful silk scarf in a dark teal. I also have a mustard purse but It has seen better days. This post inspires me to shop for a new one as well as maybe some pants. Mustard is gorgeous, and would work for me as an accessory with navy high-fiving LaPedestrienne and Suz.
I use a lot of yellow in my home decor. I have a few items, and a favourite pairing is with grey-greens I think of them as army shades, not sure of the right term, maybe sage? I kept trying it on but it never seemed to work for my coloring…so sad because I love mustard!
This color is great, especially with pink in my opinion. I prefer it in small doses or at least away from my face, as citron is a better yellow family member for me. I think the oxfords are my favorite, and the flounced lace skirt.
Thanks for the fun selections. I never did see much of that color in real life shopping opportunity. Mustard is one of those colors that makes my heart skip a beat. I have an EF unstructured wool jacket from last year that I wear with enthusiasm and will continue to do so this Fall. I have enjoyed seeing it pop up for summer. Oh boy, this is a color that does not flatter me at all. But I love the second model with the pleated skirt and geometric sweater. My boys looked good in mustard when they were little.
They had red and reddish blonde hair and dark brown eyes. I like mustard, but only on my food. Mustard is a color that I am attracted to especially in the fall and summer maybe because is when my skin tone becomes a bit warmer. I have some items for both seasons that have mustard on their prints. Angie, you are killing me! I love this colour, and have looked for it in the past without a lot of success.
That BR lace tank has my name written all over it! So many pretty things! I want all of it. I love mustard but only have one sweater tee thing from Zara in the color…I need to remedy this! I like horseradish mustard on my corned beef but as for the color, not so much. When I wear is my skin take on a greenish color. I will stay away from it. Mustard looks like death on me, but I enjoy seeing it on others. I would consider it for shoes or a bag. Just not near my face.
I still miss my mustard pencil skirt and I am rocking my mustard pumps this summer! Love mustard as an occasional accent. I am a cool person, so have to be careful not to overdo it. Mustard near my face makes me look like an extra from a zombie movie. That said, I was surprised at how much I was drawn to a mustard bag a few seasons back.
The bag came home with me, as did a pair of mustard sandals. This is awesome, I just noticed this trend when visiting Chicago and love it. Just ordered the Boden silk floral patterned shirt and then found a mustard dress that I really liked too. I agree with Dianna above. They are on the way and will let you know about fit.
I think I prefer it as an accent rather than a feature. Love it and bought lots of mustard and cinnamon this summer. They have long been favorite colors but in the past were hard to find.
It also got dirty easily- marks from denim dye, etc. I much prefer mustard in textile items. My skin tone is not enhanced by mustard, but I do like the way it warms ups some of my favorite jewel tones when it appears as an accessory or supporting act!
It looks surprisingly fresh to my eyes. I like the words turmeric, gold or amber best, they sound more saturated! The words mustard and ochre seem more muted. I think mustard is one of my favorite colors. This is a complicated and expensive process that includes professional testing for the acidity level and the thickness of the product, among other factors.
This must be done to prevent potentially life threatening food borne illness. If a mustard recipe has not been specifically tested and approved for home canning, then it is not recommended to can that product and it should be stored in a refrigerator.
I think I just ruined my mustard: Will it still turn out thick? Does anyone have an idea? Someone upthread in the comments said they did just that by accident — and it came out fine. They said they then made it according to the directions the second time and no discernible difference between the two batches. Might just be easier to throw it all together at once and cook til the right consistency and be done of it!
This might be a silly question, but is this link on Amazon the same as yellow dry mustard? And yep, it is the same. Feel free to substitute plain old yellow dry mustard from McCormick or whatever your usual brand. We like the freshness that this brand tends to have, but any mustard powder or ground mustard will do.
Hi Michelle, did you have a nice thick paste before adding the vinegar? It might be that you just needed to cook it a bit longer before moving to step 2. This is clearly rather late, but just in case Stu ever checks back in, it is very possible to make whole grain mustard.
Soak mustard seeds in vinegar and water at room temperature in a 16 oz straight-sided wide-mouth jar for 2 days. I use a large, wide-mouth commercial salsa jar so I can purée and store right in the same jar. If seeds are not fully submerged, add just enough additional water to cover. Add sugar or honey and salt. Purée mixture in the jar with a stick blender to your preferred coarseness, about 2 minutes.
Let rest and mellow for 2 weeks in the fridge. Find the right proportion for you by experimenting. Thanks so much, rainey! Always appreciate your insights. We have a whole-grain mustard on the site , too.
So many different approaches one can take! Years ago my dad had a hot dog and hamburger joint. He use to buy prepared mustard by the gallon. It was thick and you cut it down with water to your choice thickness. The mustard companies today are all adding turmeric which causes miagraine headaches. They are now saying miagraine headaches lead to strokes so I cannot eat mustard anymore. I am going to try your recipe and leave out the turmeric! Thank you for the recipe.
I honestly cannot wait to make this!! Quick question, could I can this in small jars with regular heat canning? Ali, yes, you can. But follow traditional canning instructions carefully.
I believe 10 minutes of processing time is right for mustard. Used colmans mustard powder. Followed the directions to a T. Cooked the first batch down to g very thick paste then added the vinegar and cooked it down to g. Taste is more complex than just store bought its great! However mine was a bit grainy?
Anyone else have this problem? I am wondering if I over reduced it before bringing back to life with the vinegar.
The consistency was still a bit runny after adding the vinegar and I reduced it for another 7 min. I will try again tomorrow and reduce it less on the first pass. Maybe to g on the first reduction. I will also try tasting the mustard throughout the cooking process. Will let you know! It could be the over reducing. Looking forward to hearing back from you. And take a picture!
I just made my first home made mustard batch with yellow mustard powder, at the end I found it to be somewhat grainy and not as a smooth cream paste, I followed exactly the procedure described as well as the ingredients required. Can you please tell me how to make remedy it to make it more creamy? George, was it grainy or gritty? Your mustard powder or turmeric might not be as finely ground as it could be, 2. The mustard might need a bit of time for the powder to hydrate, or 3.
It was gritty, the garlic paste was completely smooth, probably the mustard powder is the reason. Is there a solution for that, because it tastes great. George, probably not now. It might smooth out a little as the mustard continues to hydrate. Oh, Geroge, that may be it. It is also a good source of potassium and calcium, two important nutrients required for maintaining strong bones, joints and muscles.
You can use mustard oil made from yellow mustard seeds to relieve any kind of pain, including arthritis pain. Mustard oil works against pain receptors in the body, which means it can effectively block pain signals. For immediate relief from an asthma attack, mustard oil is one of the best treatments that you can try at home. The oil contains several compounds that have been found to inhibit inflammation as well as infections in the body. Yellow mustard seed oil can help open the air passageways, improving lung functioning and making breathing easier.
Yellow mustard is a simple yet effective natural ingredient to get rid of bad breath as well as alcohol breath. The strong aroma of mustard sauce will mask the bad odor coming from your mouth.
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