Anyone that has ever eaten a hot dog properly knows that “spicy brown mustard” is the only way to go. I mean, really, you could put #Guldens on almost anything and it will taste yummy.
I go to sporting events and concerts at various venues around the USA and never seem to be able to lay my hands on “the good mustard” for a hot dog or sausage. I don’t eat many of these, but when I do, I want it to taste GREAT!
Where has the Gulden’s sales effort gone? Has the industry succumbed to the back-room sheltered income deals offered by the larger conglomerates to use their mustard? I believe so. I believe corporate purchasing managers care not for what their customers want and chefs rarely gobble up a hot dog or smokey link to see how it tastes with the condiments chosen by procurement.
Wake up and speak up, people! You deserve to pay $12 for a hot dog and enjoy it! I don’t get paid by any mustard manufacturers to say this but I grew up eating ketchup on burgers and GOOD mustard on hot dogs and I prefer, when I eat these things, to love them the way I did when I was a kid. Sort of a transcendent experience. You?