Prevent hens from eating their own eggs. Paint a little French’s Mustard on the eggshell.
Deodorize a bottle. Mix two teaspoons French’s Mustard with one quart water. Rinse well.
Get kids to eat their food. Let children use a squeeze bottle of French’s Mustard to make funny faces on hamburgers, hot dogs, and sandwichesto make meal time fun time and encourage children to eat their artistic creations.
Relieve the symptoms of arthritis. Rub French’s Mustard into your hands.
Soothe tired feet. Fill a pan with warm water and mix in three tablespoons French’s Mustard.
Spice up pretzels. Squeeze French’s Mustard onto a large, soft pretzel, or dip pretzels in French’s Mustard for a tangy treat.
Relieve the symptoms of a cold. Rub French’s Mustard on your chest.
Soothe sore muscles. Apply a poultice of French’s Mustard.
Take a mustard bath. Spoon six tablespoons French’s Mustard and a handful of Epsom Salt into the bathtub as it fills.
Make mustard-vinaigrette salad dressing. Whisk together one-quarter cup red wine vinegar and three tablespoons French’s Mustard. Gradually whisk in two-thirds cup olive oil. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Makes one cup.
Soothe a sore throat. Mix two tablespoons French’s Mustard, juice of half a lemon, one tablespoon salt, one tablespoon honey, and one and a half cups boiling water. Cover and let cool for fifteen minutes, then gargle.