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Things We Love: Robert Rothschild Onion Blossom Horseradish Dip
Comments () | Published April 2, 2009
A seasoning for all seasons. Photograph by Chris Leaman.

Forget mayo. Our new go-to condiment is Robert Rothschild’s Onion Blossom Horseradish Dip. With hits of onion and horseradish, this mayo/mustard flatters nearly everything it comes into contact with. We slather it on a roast-beef sandwich, dollop some into mashed potatoes, or dab a bit on a smoked-salmon canapé. It also plays well with cocktail shrimp, roasted asparagus, pork chops, fingerling potatoes, and artichokes. Or just grab a bag of pretzel sticks and dip away. It’s around $9 for an 11.2-ounce jar at Great Harvest Bread (1711 Centre Plaza, Alexandria; 703-671-8678), Sur la Table (5211 Wisconsin Ave., NW, 202-237-0375; 1101 S. Joyce St., Suite B-20, Arlington, 703-414-3580; Tysons Galleria, 703-749-1125), and robertrothschild.com; the Web site also sells 6.3 ounces for $5.99.

This appeared in the March, 2009 issue of the Washingtonian.  

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  • Horseradish is a cool condiment. Kind of a shame that you don't get to see it among the mustards and the ketchups as often as you'd like. It's definitely great on meat. The volume of the meat works well with the spread of that horseradish flavor.

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