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  • 1 tablespoon whole-grain mustard ( moutarde de Meaux)
  • It was originally named'Iris caeruleo-violacea'by Paul Moutarde.
  • In 1959 he financed the movie Moutarde van Sonansee by his friend Toon Hermans.
  • "I used to have lapin a la moutarde on the menu, but Americans wouldn't order it ."
  • She'd take the paddle from the " moutarde " crock in the kitchen and slap some Dijon mustard onto a plate.
  • In 2012, the Canadian band Irish Moutarde adapted the song " The Bear and the Maiden Fair ", sung at various times in the novels, as a celtic punk rock song.
  • The kitchen has a huge white-tiled center island whose drawers, from a defunct market, have such labels as moutarde ( mustard ), girofles ( cloves ), and navets ( turnips ).
  • At a French bistro, diners may share long tables draped with butcher paper, menus are often handwritten on paper or a chalkboard, and offerings are traditional rustic fare, such as coq au vin ( chicken simmered in red wine ) or lapin a la moutarde ( rabbit with mustard ).
  • "' Dijon mustard "'( " Moutarde de Dijon " ) is a traditional mustard of France, named after the town of Dijon in Burgundy, France, which was a centre of mustard making in the early Middle Ages and was granted exclusive rights in France in the 17th century.
  • The " Moutarde de Meaux " ( " Meaux Mustard " ) recipe is since the 18th century a label commercially owned by the Pommery company and is nowadays derived not only in its traditional well known form but also in a variety of new different ingredient combinations : Honey Mustard, Green Pepper Mustard, " Moutarde Royale " ( that latter including Cognac in its composition ) etc.
  • The " Moutarde de Meaux " ( " Meaux Mustard " ) recipe is since the 18th century a label commercially owned by the Pommery company and is nowadays derived not only in its traditional well known form but also in a variety of new different ingredient combinations : Honey Mustard, Green Pepper Mustard, " Moutarde Royale " ( that latter including Cognac in its composition ) etc.
  • The French version ran for two seasons ( 1994-5 ) The cast consisted of Bernard Menez as Doctor Green ( Docteur Olive ), Andr閍 Ferr閛l as Mrs Peacock ( Madame Pervenche ), Andr?Pousse as Colonel Mustard ( Colonel Moutarde ), Marie-Pierre Casey as Mrs White ( Madame Leblanc ), David Br閏ourt as Professor Plum ( Professeur Violet ), and Carole Fantony as Miss Scarlett ( Mademoiselle Rose ).