What is Charcuterie Style?

Charcuterie Style complements the oils of cured meats, proteins of all meat and the cream/milkfat in cheese, while giving it all a little kick in any situation. I’ve found that cold water releases that wonderful horseradish zestininess, while the combination of fruit driven vinegars bring just enough of the sweet....so you can use it on everything. 


 Fifteen percent of net profits go to help wheelchair foundations support home accessibility, sporting goals, and business endeavors. Mustard That Matters™ will donate to the High Fives Foundation.

Where to find Mustard That Matters

A small-town classic, providing opportunity to highlight local and regional producers

Enjoy The Store — Redding

 A collection of fine gifts and edibles made and produced throughout Northern California.  An extension of Enjoy Magazine and inspired by you.

On the tables at Sunnyside Resort Lake Tahoe

 With the best view on the lake and the tastiest food, you can’t go wrong putting some mustard on everything and buying some at the front desk. 

Westshore Market & Deli

WEST SHORE MARKET is a neighborhood grocery and deli in Tahoe City, offering a coffee bar, gourmet deli, craft beer and spirits, wine cellar, sundries, organic produce and year-round gelato.

Napa, Sonoma, Healdsburg, Market, deli, coffee, sandwich, fine food

At Oakville Grocery in Napa & Healdsburg

Oakville Grocery - founded in 1881 - is the oldest continually operating grocery store in California. Since Its opening, Oakville Grocery has been a destination for locals and visitors alike. With our renovation, we have reconnected to our California roots, offering a highly curated selection of the best products from farmers, artisans and purveyors in Napa and Sonoma Wine Country.

San Francisco, fine foods, deli, market

In San Francisco at Meraki Market

Meraki Market is a temple of food disguised as a little corner store. It's about creating beauty through the everyday act of eating well. You can take our housemade dishes out, or shop our very fine grocery when you are inspired to cook at home. 


 Living the experience of a spinal cord injury(C/5) will not stop me from exploring this wonderful world and sharing all that is tasty. Before my injury I worked in the restaurant industry and loved every day of serving others; helping them truly enjoy the experience for which they were looking. So, now, I make mustard.

I roll around California in search of righteous artisan food producers and restaurants, small farms, the best butcher shops, and wheelchair accessible nature trails. Head out on a day trip with me and you’ll get to know the back roads better. When I come home with my bag of goodies, it’s time to cook, revel, and focus on the flavors of the day....and then make more mustard.