Thursday, August 23, 2007

Mustard Museum Can Battle Ketchup Anyday

MOUNT HOREB, Wis. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – A mustard museum in Mount Horeb, Wisconsin, is a saucy spot, and ketchup connosseiurs will go red in the face trying to cut the mustard to top the classic condiment gallery.

That’s according to the Mount Horeb Mustard Museum business manager Kelly Cotie, who has no fear of anyone attempting to open up a rival ketchup museum in town.

With more than 400 different styles of mustard for sale, the museum has a spicy selection strong enough to smother any ketchup competition.

Not only that, the museum has a higher power on its side, as the collection started when founder Barry Levenson heard a voice say, “If you collect us, they will come” when passing the mustard aisle at his local market.

But if it should come to blows, Cotie says it’s no competition, assuring, “It would be war, but we’d definitely win, because mustard lovers rule.”

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