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magnusfide

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Posted: 01/03/20 05:05pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

My hosts didn’t do any saining as they don’t have livestock. Many Christian families don’t do it because of the close association with old druidic practice. Probably why the practice has nearly died out.


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Unless you were being starved by the Engish, why would any human voluntarily eat Haggis? It is a dreadful visceral mixed with grains and has the appearance of dog wretch.





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bigred1cav wrote:

Unless you were being starved by the Engish, why would any human voluntarily eat Haggis? It is a dreadful visceral mixed with grains and has the appearance of dog wretch.



LOL....doesn't tempt the palate? I'm pretty sure the modern commercial version is light on the innards, and not stuffed into a Sheeps colon. Probably closer to a generic hotdog on a larger scale.

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GDS-3950BH wrote:

bigred1cav wrote:

Unless you were being starved by the Engish, why would any human voluntarily eat Haggis? It is a dreadful visceral mixed with grains and has the appearance of dog wretch.



LOL....doesn't tempt the palate? I'm pretty sure the modern commercial version is light on the innards, and not stuffed into a Sheeps colon. Probably closer to a generic hotdog on a larger scale.


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Had occasion to sample a true haggis some years ago whilst traveling for work....interesting and actually tasty once the preconceptions were set aside.

This past Saturday, in between toasts and salutes, had haggis that was created by the local (AK) venue for the Burns Supper (locally called "*** 20th Annual Haggis Bashers Ball and Burns Night Supper"). The venue actually did a pretty good job...better job of creating the haggis substitute than the prime rib main course. [emoticon]

The piping was good though and the water of life helped things along.


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