Take the opportunity to cook an authentic and delicious Scottish recipe on Burn’s Night this Saturday – the famous Haggis sausage! Traditionally, the haggis is served with ‘neeps’ (mashed swede or turnip) and ‘tatties’ (mashed potatoes) Follow this simple recipe and host the perfect Burns Night at home: Ingredients: 1 sheep stomach, previously cleaned and […]

Burns’ Night – Our traditional Haggis recipe

Take the opportunity to cook an authentic and delicious Scottish recipe on Burn’s Night this Saturday – the famous Haggis sausage!

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Haggis is the national dish of Scotland, it is one of the most common dishes.  It consists of the organs of an a sheep or calf cooked inside the stomach of the animal.  Although well known it is not a very healthy dish so should not be eaten everyday. This is served with neeps and tatties. Recipe: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/alton-brown/haggis-recipe/index.html

Foods That are Banned in the US - The Scottish dish was banned because of its key ingredient, sheep's lungs. The FDA doesn't want us eating those. It also contains a sheep's heart and liver, and is cooked in a sheep's stomach.

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A comforting bowl of hot Tattie, Tumshie and Carrot Soup. Nothing better on a cold day.  Do you know what a tumshie is?  #soup #autumn #scottishrecipes

Scottish Tattie, Neep and Carrot Soup

A comforting bowl of hot Tattie, Tumshie and Carrot Soup. Nothing better on a cold day. Do you know what a tumshie is? In Scotland a tumshie is a Turnip and a tattie is a potato. The best dam soup on the planet.

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Nothing but a pit with lots dead people burning , bodies Stalked so tight on each other they burn forever.

Such a sweet wee cottage we are staying in, I love their breakfasts, typical Scottish with eggs, haggis, sausage, blood pudding, toast & poached little tomatoes, & maybe some mushrooms....

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