Part of my “Tastes Of Home” series. Grew up on Pilsudski mustard. Can’t have a ham sandwich, ring bologna, or kielbasa without the stuff. Staple of the post Christmas or Easter leftover meal. Also remember having this at my grandparents’ place – the combination of this mustard and my grandmother’s red beet horseradish on a ham sandwich takes me back to my childhood – that and a big serving of her potato salad – nothing better. I can remember my eyes tearing up and the overwhelming pungent horseradish smell when my grandmother grated horseradish in her apartment. I always assumed Pilsudski mustard was a Polish import – didn’t realize this was made in my back yard until recently. Their classic container is barrel shaped, but this new curvy squeeze bottle was more interesting to paint. Pilsudski recently came out with more flavors – garlic dill, bacon jalapeño, sriracha – they’re all good, but the classic is the best. My “Tastes of Home” series celebrates food brands native to Berks County, Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania Dutch Country, and greater Philadelphia – the area where I live.