2011/01/24

Neeps, tatties and haggis tonight?



7 comments:

...louciao... said...

This brings back childhood memories of going to the Robbie Burns Day traditional supper in the church basement with my grandparents. It seems to me that the haggis was ceremoniously marched in with bagpipes. The adults loved to horrify me with saying it was made with sheep gut so I never partook. Probably had a hot dog instead.

Audrey said...

I agree with loucia - I thought that haggis was made of sheep gut as well! What is it made of?

DCW said...

L&A
Check here: http://www.rampantscotland.com/recipes/blrecipe_haggis.htm

Audrey said...

Oh my! Perhaps that is why Scotsmen have a reputation for imbing!

...louciao... said...

c partook at some point in her world travels and reported that it was very tasty.

Elizabeth said...

I think that's the Rabbie from Central Park?
I never ate haggis --knowing what it's made of but chances are I'd love it.
Loved the handwriting poem.
I once won a handwriting competition at school. I was thrilled with myself....
I have lovely bowls decorated with Islamic writing.
Snowing again.....

DCW said...

Actually that Rabbie is from Stanley Park in Vancouver.

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