dr rockerdr rocker Regular
edited January 2011 in Life
Anyone else having haggis today / tonight? Its Burns night in Scotland, and seeing as I am only really a few miles frm their (and to celebtrate Haggis actually being English) I have had some.

Had it with mashed potatoe and turnip (although the turnip is actually a swede, but in my part of the world its called turnip and in america its called rutebega).


Haggis is sheeps heart, lungs and liver minced with pin barley or oatmeal, suet, onions corriander seed, mace and nutmeg and stock all stuffed in a sheeps stomache.

Apparently, because of the lungs, you cannot have real haggis in america. I have also heard all american pork is skinned. WTF?


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