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Old 11-09-2010, 02:44 AM   #11
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Thats a bit silly now isn't it Bolas De Fraile-who are these people who assume such things? lol.
sasenachs like me, who put on kilts comando style and attend my b/day bash, they bring a haggis as a novel pressy to pxxx me off.
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Old 11-09-2010, 03:10 AM   #12
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I bought a haggis from a specialist butcher and liked it very much. However, now I know its ingredients including lungs, naturally I feel a bit squeamish. Similarly, black pudding, but I won't go there.
No doubt that haggis is one of those dishes that lots more people would enjoy eating---if they don't read the ingredients before trying it, and would eat it again if they didn't read the ingredients after trying it!
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I reckon most folks hereabouts in NC don't have a clue about haggis nor black pudding. I love' em both. Good, deep flavors, especially on a chilly day.
'Course, I like chitlin's and trotters and such too. Sheep's innards are scarce in these parts, though.
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I've never made haggis, though I tried it when I was in Scotland, it was delicious.
Grandma used to make blood sausage, good and crispy, that was also good.
Unless I was cutting up a lamb, or sheep, I doubt I'd try to make haggis, maybe someday.
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Old 11-11-2010, 01:28 AM   #15
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I reckon most folks hereabouts in NC don't have a clue about haggis nor black pudding. I love' em both. Good, deep flavors, especially on a chilly day.
'Course, I like chitlin's and trotters and such too. Sheep's innards are scarce in these parts, though.
Come to Wales where men are men and the sheep are vigilant
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