If you're still buying the industrial yellow mustard you find at a hot dog cart, it's time to stop. There are a bevy of newer mustards that have a higher percentage of yellow mustard seed, which endows them with a richer, more mustardy flavor. Annie's Organic is one of these – a tasty, easy-to-find upgrade that's tangy, not too hot, low in sodium, and just right on everything from a Cuban sandwich to a basic burger. If you're serving up a serious, homemade sausage, add a couple dollops of Sierra Nevada Pale Ale & Honey Spice Mustard, which is sweeter, with a hint of hop aroma. [$4 for 9 fl oz; annies.com]
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