Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2000/05/20

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Subject: RE: [Leica] mustard of note
From: "Jean-Claude Berger" <>
Date: Sat, 20 May 2000 23:19:35 +0200

No Mark. "La moutarde de Dijon" is real. And Dijon too (have a look at my
gallery). It's a cute (and rich thanks to the wine, not mustard actually) city
of Burgundy, 300 km South of Paris, 200 km North of Lyon. Generally, whatever
mustard you buy in France is called "de Dijon". It is far stronger than the
mustard I tasted in the US though.

All the best,

- --
Jean-Claude Berger (
Systems and RDBMS consultant (MCSE)
Lyon, France

> As we have French people here I'd like to know something.
> I read the French had never heard of Dijon mustard.
> Could that be true? An American invention it said.
> I know Dijon exists but do they make mustard of note there?
> Mark Rabiner