National Mustard Day is but three weeks away from taking over Main Street in Mount Horeb. The annual festival is hosted by the "world famous" Mustard Museum -- home of nearly 5,000 containers of the condiment from more than 60 nations around the world as well as America's mustard college Poupon U. This late summer party features hot dogs from Oscar Mayer -- free with the addition of mustard -- along with samples of the plant paste, Culver's mustard custard, children's games, and live music.
The 2006 edition of the festival featured the Minneapolitan musician Luke Taylor singing "The Mustard Museum Song" as a tribute to the world's largest collection of mustards and its founder Barry Levenson. This performance was captured on video and follows below.