First, Burns night is more than a night of celebration, as the dates suggest 5 days of music, traditional activities and fun, in honor of a very loved and respected, Robert Burns, Big Burns Supper Dumfries. But what about this unique dish, haggis, neeps and tatties?
A friend told me about this dish and the Burns Night experience, so I research it a bit because it was a very strange and unusual description of something, so many people liked to eat. The way she described it, it was like we eat "fast food", except this dish has a much more in depth process for preparation. (Haggis with Turnips and Potatoes)
I found stuff like: served in a most enticing and beautiful manner, it's delicious, it's the only thing Scots eat, if the quality is good, can't get the real haggis since the 1990's because of our USDA, for a traditional Burns supper....the more I read the more interesting this dish became to me.
Further investigation revealed, I love the Burns fest activities, looks like everybody is having a good ole time but what is Haggis? Haggis is not for the faint of heart (no pun intended) as it contains sheep’s heart, liver and lungs. It’s typically prepared and then put into a sheep’s stomach, which gives it its unappealing look.
That did it, Now, I know Africans and Scots are close relatives. Be careful what you ask for and I hope to try it sometimes,,, can't be any worse than chitterlings or drinking blood from a cow.
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