'Bizarre Foods' TV Host Approves of Cleveland's Original Stadium Mustard


Andrew Zimmern, host of the Travel Channel's hit series Bizarre Foods, is known for trying anything (seriously, anything) at least once. From Alaskan sea cucumbers to sautéed tarantulas, he has traveled the globe in search of exotic foods.

But even a cultured food enthusiast like Zimmern knows Cleveland does mustard the best. As seen in a Tweet last week:

This tasty topping is even available through Zimmern's website, where he sells his favorite food items from around the world.

Clevelanders have, of course, long known the wonders of Cleveland's Authentic Stadium Mustard slathering it on top of hot dogs at Progressive Field and burgers at summer cookouts. One man even chugged an entire bottle in the comfort of his own home and shared it on YouTube.

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