MIDDLETON (WKOW) -- It was all about mustard Saturday in Middleton during the annual National Mustard Day celebration.
The National Mustard Museum event features live music, food, and everything mustard.
The founder of the museum says it's a great way to honor the "Kind of Condiments".
"People always ask what is so special about Mustard, what isn't? It's low in calories, it's low in fat. It tastes great it has culture, it goes back centuries. Shakespeare loved it, he wrote about it in several of his plays, he never wrote about ketchup. So there's all sorts of things going on including Culver's making Frozen Mustard Custard," said Founder Barry Levenson.
Saturday marked the 24th annual National Mustard Day.
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