Part-timer’s homemade mustard on sale |

Part-timer’s homemade mustard on sale

Special to the DailyAll of the profits from SchoolHouse Kitchen Mustard, made by part-time Vail resident Patsy Smith, are donated to children's educational organizations.

NORWICH, N.Y. ” Patsy Smith, a part-time resident of Vail since the l960s, has been making SchoolHouse Kitchen Mustard in her home in upstate New York for the past 30 years.

SchoolHouse Kitchen Mustard is now available in the valley at Gorsuch. Ltd.

Smith has a “secret recipe” that was handed down, she says, with a promise that it only be used for personal gifts or charity. SchoolHouse Kitchen donates 100 percent of its profits to children’s educational organizations, Smith says.

“As important as the mission, is the fact that this mustard is terrific,” Smith says. “The unique flavor combination of natural sweet, smooth, hot Mustard, is sure to enhance almost any food without overwhelming your taste.”

She recommends using her mustard on sandwiches, as a rub for grilling meats and fish, a pretzel or cheese dip, and a base for salad dressing.

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