Yes, it DOES warrant an exclamation point! Possibly more!
When I first got my bread machine, I amassed with it a huge collection of recipes so I would never get bored. Triple Mustard Bread was about the 5th loaf I attempted, and it's somehow gotten stuck in the permanent rotation, even though I still have another bajillion recipes to test. I mean, just look at it! You can see the mustard seeds that didn't get cracked creating little flavor nupps just under the crust, and that gorgeous golden color is partially caused by the Colman's mustard powder used to flavor the entire loaf.
You know you want to make this!
To your bread machine, add:
3/4 cup milk
1/4 cup water
2 tbsp Dijon mustard
4 tsp butter, cut up so you don't later find a butter
nugget in your bread (which actually sounds pretty magical)
3 cups bread flour
1 tbsp crushed mustard seeds (it's ok if you don't get them all!)
1 and 1/2 tsp dry mustard (Colman's is easy to find in its distinctive yellow tin)
3/4 tsp salt
1 tsp active dry yeast
This will get you a 1.5 pound loaf, and should be baked on the white bread cycle of the machine. If you are a fancy non-machine bread baker, then I'm assuming you're a genius and already know what to do. :D
This loaf is particularly good for sandwiches where you would use mustard anyway for a more impactful flavor, and even places you may not, like egg salad. Then you get just a hint without making the whole sandwich tangy and mustardy.