Mustard is the colour of summer, like the sun.Where there’s grilled sausage, there’s mustard. Hotdogs—mustard. Ditto burgers. Here’s a sampling of just some of our finest.


We make our mustard right here on Baldwin Street. How’s that for low food miles? Our goal is to offer quality renditions of traditional styles made with our usual high standard of care.

Beer Hall Mustard

This and Sanagan’s bratwurst on a bun? That’s a fistful of flavour. Generous vinegar fruit and sweetness and a touch of grainy crunch to this concoction make it a real crowd-pleaser. Oom-pah-pah!

Old Yeller Mustard

You can take me out to the ballgame as long as I can bring Old Yeller. It’s like your main squeeze but with more flavour, less water, a touch of sweetness and a nice long finish. Hot dog!


Christine Manning runs this Toronto-based show with Royal Winter Fair award-winning jams, jellies, pickles and preserves.

Sundried Tomato Mustard

If a mustard can be delicate, this is the one. Tomato at the start followed by garlic/onion and mustard on the finish. This would be great in a vinaigrette or with cheese dishes.


Family owned since 1948. No additives or preservatives, 100% Canadian mustard seed, non-GMO. These guys are mustard.

Balsamic Fig and Date Mustard

Not yellow. More of a mud colour but don’t let that dissuade you. The balsamic gets things going followed by a touch of mustard bite all played off by the sweetness of the figs and dates. Try it with our pork nutmeg sausage, lamb merguez sausage or as part of a pork tenderloin marinade.

Honey Garlic Mustard

Assertive astringency, more than a breath of garlic and a gratifyingly bitter finish. A natural accompaniment to any sausage from the deli case.

Horseradish Mustard

Excellent, slow building heat but not overwhelming. Two powerful sensations in balance. Should be mandatory with every roast beef sandwich served in Ontario.

Dijon Classique Mustard

A bit of a jump-start for the palette. Some real heat without being obnoxious. Just starts to notify the sinuses that something’s going on. Lots of fun with grilled mustard chicken.