According to one Twitter user, French’s new mustard ice cream is delicious. (@azalben/Twitter)

National Mustard Day celebrated during B.C. Day long weekend

This underrated condiment gets its day in the spotlight

One of the most underrated condiments is getting the recognition it deserves – Aug. 3 is National Mustard Day.

According to the National Mustard Museum — located in Middleton, Wis. — the ‘King of Condiments’ is celebrated annually on the first Saturday of August.

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If you don’t have time to make the trek down to the states to taste more than 500 kinds of mustard located in the museum, French’s has made mustard ice cream.

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Unfortunately, if you want to try the yellow, creamy dessert you’ll have to travel to another state — Coolhaus in L.A. has teamed up with French’s for a mustard ice cream truck.

The best part? You get a pretzel cookie with every purchase to dip into your golden cream.



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