I voted that it depends on what I'm eating, but I'm having trouble thinking of condiment worthy food I won't put mustard on, now that I'm thinking about it. Special shout out for eggrolls and that caustic Chinese mustard.
There are plenty of people like Jeff in the world as far as eating is concerned. I try not to pay attention to what they are eating.
I've recently had a habit of putting mustard into almost everything I cook, not that I am able to taste most of the time, I just feel it can't hurt.
It is one of those things you hate as a kid, but over time you learn to love the taste of.
As a side note, did Adam Boyes completely ruin Jeff's taste for alcohol?
I am by no means a picky person. I will eat almost anything you put in front of me, but I really hate mustard. If it is used as an ingredient in something I can deal, but if it is just squeezed/spread on a sandwich that is a total deal breaker for me.
I didn't used to like mustard and have over the years kind of forced myself to get into it and I find it's an acquired taste. A ham and mustard sandwich is kind of a staple in the sandwich kingdom and I quite enjoy one now. I wouldn't lather it all over bread though, at least not yet, a sliver goes quite far. I've gotten into pickle recently too and now that is great, a nice cheese and pickle sandwich is mmm tasty.
I never fully trusted it, being yellow and all, but I tried it on a hot dog once and never looked back. It doesn't seem compatible with most other foods, but I tried it with buckwheat cereal and that worked out fine too. It's kind of like the salt of liquid condiments - it seems weird that it'd accentuate other flavors, but apparently it's the shit with watermelon, chocolate and... other stuff.
Don't care for yellow except on the occasional hot dog.
I used to work for this place whose tiny little cafe would serve these roast beef and cheddar sandwiches topped with stone ground mustard. Daaaaamn that sandwich was good! I'd trade entire restaurants for a chance to get that sandwich again.
I don't enjoy most condiments. I like ketchup and cocktail sauce, thousand island/"secret sauce" works well with some sandwiches.
But I'm the guy who orders a burger with ketchup only, a hot dog with ketchup only, doesn't add pepper to his Mac & Cheese, etc.
Mustard is pretty bad, you guys. Like pickles, if you get mustard on a burger/sandwich, it overwhelms the taste of everything else because it is so strong. I don't necessarily dislike the taste of mustard, but it drowns the taste of everything else, and I'm really never in the mood for something that basically tastes like a mustard sandwich.