Make your own Haggis. Yeah!

With the annual Robert Burns celebrations rapidly approaching, it’s time to break out the haggis ingredients. Here’s a step-by-step visual guide to making your own.

And remember that haggis may still be alive in Scotland, it was brought there by the Vikings and others from Scandinavia. And a version of haggis even shows up in Homer (book 20, line 38):

“Just as a man turns
quickly to and fro on a blazing fire a stomach
stuffed with fat and blood when he’s keen to roast it fast.”

There is more to read on haggis here, here and here.

One Response to “Make your own Haggis. Yeah!”

  1. Psst! Says:

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