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Imperial Mustard Jar
Imperial Mustard Jar

The original royal mustard jar of the GoldRushian Dynasty, circa April 28, 1208.

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Empress Natasha II
Empress Natasha II

Had her houseboy write down the secret GoldRush Mustard recipe, then sent him to Siberia to live with reindeer and wolves.

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Digging for Gold - what a rush!
Digging for Gold - what a rush!

Anonymous gold digger of the 1960s.

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Chester and Simon Rushinski
Chester and Simon Rushinski

Brother miners who tasted the first jar of GoldRush Mustard - after stumbling upon it in their Rushinski Mine #12, just outside Placerville, California. 1850-ish.

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rare photo of GoldRush, circa 1911
rare photo of GoldRush, circa 1911

This jar left behind by the Rushinski brothers was discovered by "Big Salmon" Cannon, a miner, and taken to Missouri when his wife said she was done living in a tent in California and wanted to go home - back to St. Louis.

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mustard alchemy.jpg
mustard alchemy.jpg

Tis a beautiful site - a pot of gold!

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Me and My Dad.JPG
Me and My Dad.JPG

Empress Kerry at her debut farmers' market. With her Imperial Dad. - circa 2014.

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SPMRoll.jpg
SPMRoll.jpg

Mustard that is StUPid and poISoN is a must.

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