When I hunted deer years ago, in Harrison County, Ohio, at night the guys would gather around a bonfire where we would each ritualistically grab a length of Trail bologna, (originally invented by the nearby Amish people in Trail, Ohio), and ate it without bread, dipping it into our own little bowls of this great hot mustard dip. This dip was an invention of one of our hunting peers who had formerly worked as a full-time fireman, and served as the main cook for himself and his fellow firefighters. This stuff is really easy to prepare and I still whip up a batch once in awhile. It's really flavorful as well as being hot and it's equally tasty with pepperoni salami! Adjust the ingredient amounts to fit your personal needs -- it's essentially "half and half".