Episode 243- The National Mustard Museum

Let’s be honest- most museums don’t cut the… well, you get the joke. And the 1986 Red Sox team is the origin story for Barry Levinson, the founder of the National Mustard Museum.

Boasting literally thousands of mustards, exhibits showing how mustard is made and loads of ephemera, the museum also boasts it’s own Mustard University. (It’s called Poupon U.)

For more information about hte museum, to apply for membership for Poupon U and to visit the gift shop, filled with so many mustard choices, check out their website. Or you can follow them on Facebook.

Plus, willing producer Rachel visited the Golden Girls convention, Golden Con and calls in with a full report.

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