EASTPORT — Raye’s Mustard and the turn-of-the-last-century stone mill where it’s produced in Eastport are being featured on The Cooking Channel.

Monday night’s episode of FoodCrafters on The Cooking Channel will focus on Raye’s Mustard Mill. The show will show preparation of the grainy, yellow mustard known as Raye’s Sweet and Spicy.

Kevin and Karen Raye are the fourth generation of Rayes to own and operate the mill, originally built to supply Maine’s once-thriving sardine industry. When Kevin Raye isn’t making mustard, he can often be found in Augusta, where he serves as the Senate Republican leader.