There’s a small gourmet grocery store, café, and bakery near my apartment that I frequent several times a week. I wander along the store’s wooden shelves adoring their specialty products—single-origin chocolates, tinned fish, Rancho Gordo beans, jams, and curds as well as more bottles of olive oil and vinegar than I’ve ever seen in one place. My favorite find, however, has to be American Spoon Wildflower Honey Mustard.
I’ve made a lot of lunches while working from home, and frankly I was bored with my daily sandwiches and salads. One day I brought this honey mustard home and spread it between two slices of sourdough bread before adding turkey, cheddar, and romaine lettuce. It turned my would-be ordinary sandwich into something unexpectedly complex and delicious.