I had family over and while preparing my meal I brought out my deviled eggs. I mixed in some Rodeo Kick Mustard. Before I could try them, they were gone. My grandfather and uncle said those were the best they have ever had. I definitely plan on ordering more!
My introduction to Cowboy by Choice Rodeo Kick mustard occurred 7 or 8 years ago at Quarter Horse Congress in Columbus, Ohio. Randy Mintz, creator of Rodeo Kick, was giving out samples of his mustard in one of the exhibition buildings. As a mustard lover and amateur mustard connoisseur it only took minutes for me to realize I had just tasted the best mustard I ever had in my life! I immediately purchased several jars to take home and enjoyed every ounce. When they were finished, I ordered again. Sadly, when I attempted to order a second time Rodeo Kick mustard was no longer available as production had stopped. I was devastated! How could the world’s best mustard go off the market? I refused to believe this mustard could disappear forever. It was just too good! I then began an 8 year search for the return of Rodeo Kick. Every few months I would go to my computer and google Rodeo Kick Mustard. I was confident it would resume production and never gave up hope. Well, today I am thrilled! Rodeo Kick is back, and I’ve received my first order! Truly the world’s best mustard!!!
I just tried this famous Cowboy By Choice Rodeo Kick Mustard with my homemade baked beans. And to let me tell you something, “it is lickin’ good, tasty and amazing, WOW”. I cook it with everything now. No household should be without it!
Jennifer and Vince Mariucci had just one dab on a pretzel and bought a jar. The Detroit couple has traveled to the show for several years. Ohio-made and -grown products were definitely part of the show’s focus.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer
Randy Mintz stood out among the vendors. His company is called Cowboy by Choice, and among the offerings at his stand were Rodeo Kick Mustard – named for its zing – and his potent Campfire Brew coffee beans.
He has a horse and loves to ride, hence the company name. “I want people to get a feel for the passion that’s behind this,” he says, adding that the mustard is great on brisket, roast beef, hamburgers, hot dogs . . .
Corky and Lenny’s uses his mustard, he said, and Heinen’s sells it. While he has attended the food show before, this was his first year as a vendor.
Jennifer and Vince Mariucci had just one dab of Mintz’s mustard on a pretzel and bought a jar. The Detroit couple has traveled to the show for several years. Ohio-made and -grown products were definitely part of the show’s focus.
The crowd ate it up. And the samples too.