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Win two seats to MsMarmitelover's Maille mustard pop up at Spitalfields!

My favourite moutardiers have asked me to create a specially piquante meal with mustard in every course!

Maille have created a pop up shop in Spitalfields for a week in July. The first supper, rather appropriately for a Dijonais condiment, is on Bastille Day July 14th, complete with accordionist, and the second is the friday night, July 15th. 

Come celebrate the French revolution and the pleasure of French gastronomy at this unique Maille supper club event...

To win two places for either night, tell us below about your favourite way to eat or use Maille Dijon mustard. Then email with the subject header MSMARMITELOVER COMPETITION telling them which night you would like to attend if you are chosen...

An artists impression of the gorgeous pop up shop. It's so totally my style, I love it! There is one in Paris too!


The winning entries will be picked by the end of today, July 8th!

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Comment by Mustard Seed on July 5, 2011 at 8:40
Makes a fab marinade for pork with lemon zest & juice, garlic, bit of curry powder, worcester & oil. Marinade any type of pork -  ribs are good - for an hour or more, and then oven bake. Also Maille dijon is the best for authentic french dressing, and especially delish with mayonnaise in a celeriac remoulade.  Also smeared all over a rabbit before baking with a bit of wine in bottom of dish, plus splash of cream to finish off. An absolute must with your pork pie....Actually could keep going for days on this one I love it so much! Katherine x
Comment by Charlotte on July 5, 2011 at 8:29
A small amount in mashed potato adds a lovely 'zing'. It even works well with sweet potato as it offsets the 'sweetness' of the dish.
Comment by Koreen Strauss on July 5, 2011 at 8:07
G, my husband, loves a simple pan seared salmon filet that has marinated in mustard for a couple hours.  It take minutes to prep, minutes to cook, and tastes fab!
Comment by msmarmitelover on July 5, 2011 at 7:45
mm both sound good. Keep 'em coming guys!
Comment by Robin Ward on July 5, 2011 at 6:32
I have found a recipe for scallops with mustard and mackerel tartare, which I have not tried yet, but it sounds delicious.  I also love Fattoush with a fresh, spicy mustard dressing.

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