You will be too as Coo coo for cocoa Mustard once you try it!
One of my best food experiences in Italy dates back to 2011. It was a hot summer August night in Senigallia where my family and I have been vacationing since I was a child.
The evening ended with an epic but simple meal at Cedroni’s Aniko, where the world renowned, 2 stars Michelin chef sells his seafood charcuterie. Simple setting, no frills. The food is the shining star.
That is where I “met” the chocolate mustard for the first time. Who could think of something like that? Smooth and rich, spicy or not, tastes great with any roasted meat or fish.