What games created over 50 years ago-do to try to win with the pronouncements like colonel mustard in the library with the rope?
What game created over 50 years ago do you try to win withe pronouncements like colonel mustard in the library with the rope?
1. What game, crated over 50 years ago-do you try to win with pronouncements like "colonel Mustard in the library with the rope"?
Colonel Mustard is a character of the boardgame Cluedo, socalled because he is typically the yellow piece (mustard is traditionally yellow). Colonel relish may be a brand in some part of the world, but it is obviously not famous enough to be welnoted in most of it.
Colonel Mustard in the Conservatory with the Candlestick.
Colonel Mustard, in the observatory, with the candlestick.
Mustard Plug was created in 1991.
Cluedo Colonel Mustard... with the Statuette... in the Dining Room
Colonel Mustard killed the motorist in the movie Clue
John Hancock fought alongside Colonel Mustard, one of the most famous figures in the American Revolution.
Mustard - album - was created in 1975-11.
Cuttin' da Mustard was created in 2006.
Mean Mr. Mustard was created on 1969-09-26.
Mustard Bath - film - was created in 1993-02.
Highville Mustard Seed Charter School was created in 1998.
Case1: Rusty, Lounge, Dawn, Jade Hairpin Case2: Colonel Mustard, Dining Room, Night, Scarab Broach Case3: Lady Lavender, Conservatory, Night, Pocket Watch Case4: Mrs. Meadow-Brook, Study, Breakfast, Revolver Case5: Professor Plum, Conservatory, Early Afternoon, Rare Book Case6: Colonel Mustard, Rose Garden, Midnight, Scarab Broach Case7: Lady Lavender, Hall, Lunch, Crystal Paperweight Case8: Prince Azure, Library, Tea Time, Medal Case9: Miss Scarlet, Library, Dusk, Gold Pen Case10: Miss Scarlet, Hall, Late Morning, Spyglass
Colonel Mustard which is why he was put into the popular board game Clue. FALSE.. Bernard Montgomery
well i dont no there name but it was a team
César-Mansuète Despretz (1798-1863) is credited with inventing mustard gas - in 1822.
the originals are: Colonel Mustard Miss Scarlet Professor Plum Reverend Green/Mr. Green Mrs. White Mrs. Peacock
The suspects are: Miss Scarlett, Colonel Mustard, Mrs. White, Rev. Green, Mrs. Peacock, and Professor Plum. The victim is Dr. Black.
mustard 2 syllables: bustard, clustered, flustered, mustard, mustered 3 syllables: black mustard, field mustard, great bustard, hedge mustard, leaf mustard, white mustard, wild mustard 4 syllables: Chinese mustard, garlic mustard, spinach mustard, sulfur mustard, table mustard, tansy mustard, tower mustard 5 syllables: buckler mustard, Indian mustard, mithridate mustard, nitrogen mustard from: rhymezone.com
Jennifer Bridges has written: 'Colonel Mustard and the hay customers' -- subject(s): Fiction, Christian life, Cats, Lost and found possessions
Yellow mustard is a prepared mustard. Dry mustard, or mustard flour is not prepared mustard.
Mustard seed is a spice and mustard is just a mustard seed concoction.
Dry mustard is ground mustard seeds.
Sweet Mustard is sweeter than Plain Mustard.
1 teaspoon dry mustard = 1 tablespoon prepared mustard or ½ teaspoon mustard seeds
Yes, you can. Actually, ground mustard, mustard powder and dry mustard are all the same and are interchangeable.
This mustard is made from the seeds of the mustard plant. Yellow mustard seeds.
Mustard is a plant. Garlic mustard is mustard with garlic added for flavoring.
Mustard is a condiment made from the seeds of a mustard plant (white or yellow mustard, Sinapis hirta; brown or Indian mustard, Brassica juncea; or black mustard, Brassica nigra).
What makes mustard a "pub mustard" is the fact that honey and possibly Irish whiskey is added to wholegrain mustard. Pub mustard can be used on sandwiches and can also be used in dips.
Mustard is a plant. The seed of two species of mustard (white mustard [brassica alba, or sinapis alba] and brown mustard [brassica juncea]) is used to make mustard powder or a condiment called mustard. Mustard greens are the leaves of the plant. These mustard greens are edible and typically are harvested before the seeds begin to develop.
Walter Covell has: Played Court Clerk in "American Playhouse" in 1981. Performed in "Spenser: For Hire" in 1985. Played Colonel Mustard in "Clue VCR Mystery Game" in 1985. Played Colonel Mustard in "Clue II: Murder in Disguise" in 1987. Played Judge in "Claude" in 1993. Played Post Office Customer in "The Love Letter" in 1999. Played Red Rountree in "I Rob Banks for the Money" in 2005. Played Old Man in "Underdog" in 2007.
There are different types of Mustard. The common type of Mustard is 1. Black Mustard-- Brassica Nigra 2. Garlic Mustard-- Alliaria Officinalis 3. Hedge Mustard--Sisymbrium Officinalis 4. Tumble Mustard-- Sisymbrium Altissimum
no, mustard can not clean mustard because mustard does not have that abbillity instead ketchup leave the penny clean
Mustard, Dry Substitute. 1 tablespoon prepared mustard can be substituted for 1 teaspoon dry mustard. If you want to make dry mustard into prepared mustard, add cider vinegar a little at a time and depending on the amount of dry mustard you have. This does not create the kind of prepared mustard that French's sells. This mustard is more like those served with Asian foods and is pretty hot.
No. Dry mustard is a powedery preparation of dried mustard seeds. Dijon mustard is a wet mustard, of a recipe traditional to the Dijon region of France. The two are difficult to interchange as Dijon mustard is much saltier than dried mustard and, being wet, will not combine readily with dry ingredients.
mustard comes from a seed of the mustard plant.
It depends on what you are making. Brown mustard is often a coarser ground brown and white(yellow) mustard flour mixed with water and vinegar. Dijon mustard is a finely ground white mustard flour mixed with white wine. If using in a sauce the flavors might change slightly. If using as a condiment they definitely have different flavors. Brown mustard is actually milder than white mustard. English mustard is an extremely strong white mustard mixed with… Read More
1tablespoon prepared mustard = 1teaspoon of dried mustard
Dry Mustard Substitute: For 1 teaspoon dry mustard, substitute 1 tablespoon prepared mustard.
Yes, dry mustard and ground mustard are actually one and the same.
Wholegrain mustard can be made to any heat desired, but commercially produced wholegrain mustard is frequently mild; English mustard is particularly hot.
What is whole grain mustard you ask! Well, whole grain mustard is mustard seeds that are unground or partially ground. Thus creating "Whole Grain Mustard"
It means liquid mustard rather than mustard powder. Any mustard that isn't powder or seeds is "prepared" - Dijon as well as yellow "hot dog" mustard.
mustard is a liquid
Mustard is a colloid.