The annual celebration of mustard is Sunday in Regina.
The Great Saskatchewan Mustard Festival is celebrating its 10th anniversary.
It began as a way to promote the condiment and the fact that 75 per cent of the world’s mustard is grown in Saskatchewan.
Chefs from across the province will be in Regina using mustard in their dishes at the all-you-can-eat event.
“The creations that these culinary masters come up with absolutely blow my mind, mustard is such an interesting ingredient,” explained Erin McLellean, one of the co-organisers of the festival. “From sweet treats to sandwiches and spreads, most people think mustard is just a condiment but the seed can be used for so many things.”
In the past mustard ice cream, mustard pudding and trout mustard explosions have been on display.
The event runs near the Legislature in Wascana Park, from 11 a.m. and 3 p.m., and costs $30.