Reine de Dijon MOUTARDE PROVENÇAL is another type of mustard. It is reddish in color and has the typical Provençal flavors of tomato and red bell pepper “poivrons” so typical of Provençal cooking. Again, this is a mustard with a lot of uses. I particularly like it in a vinaigrette dressing for the summer where you are dressing squashes, lettuces and dishes that have a sunny Provençal disposition. Less forcefully flavored than the Moutarde de Bourgogne, it probably has more application for use where a less intense, but more “fruity” flavor is required.