We all know that a good sauce can make the meal, whether it's a barbecue sauce marinating your chicken wings or a flavorful salad dressing on your greens. Right up there with Hellmann, Kraft and Sir Kensington, Duke's Mayo has always been a tasty condiment for sandwiches and dips, but Duke's is now coming out with another condiment to add the Southern twang to your kitchen, Duke's mustard.
Eugenia Duke of Greenville, South Carolina began selling sandwiches to army canteens during WWI, back in 1917. Her sandwiches and homemade mayo were so beloved that she began receiving letters from soldiers begging to be sent jars of her delicious mayo. A few years later, Duke began selling her famous Duke's Mayonnaise as its own product, and the rest is history.
Duke's Mayo is now a staple of the kitchen and is owned by C.F. Sauer Foods, a brand that produces products for retail and foodservice channels. Along with being delicious, this condiment is gluten free and has 0% trans fat. Duke's contains soybean oil, eggs, water, distilled and cider vinegar, salt, oleoresin paprika, natural flavors, and calcium disodium EDTA. Duke's is made to last for there to four months, but has the longest shelf life when refrigerated after opening.
Over the last century, Duke's has added many new Southern sauces, dressings and marinades to their repertoire. Not only can you enjoy the classic Duke's real mayonnaise, but you can fill your fridge with Hickory Moonshine BBQ Sauce, Dijon Honey Mustard Dressing, and Spicy Coleslaw Dressing to name a few.
Their latest new product is Duke's Mustard, which will be available in 9.5 fl oz bottles. The mustard flavors to come are Horseradish Mustard, Smoky Chipotle Mustard, Brown Sugar Bourbon Mustard, and Spicy Ground Mustard. Enjoy these new Duke's products for another way to add twang to your cooking!
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