The Man Who Devoted His Life to Mustard

If there were ever a poster child for chasing your oddest dreams, it would be Barry Levenson, the founder and curator of the National Mustard Museum.

Barry was a lawyer when, in 1986, he started collecting the yellow condiment. In 1991, he decided to leave his profession to devote himself to mustard full time. People travel far and wide to see his collection in Middleton, Wisconsin.

Check in with the mustard man to see what new ways he’s come up with to celebrate the delights of Dijon and the power of Poupon.

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