Haul Out the Haggis, It’s Time to Celebrate Burns Night

NPR- January 25, 2013

Haggis is Scotland’s national dish and every year on (or near) Jan. 25, it plays the starring role in Burns Suppers held around the world in celebration of the Scottish poet Robert Burns on his birthday.Technically, it’s the heart, liver and lungs of a sheep mixed with suet, oatmeal and seasoning and boiled in a bag. (Read full story here.)

Heart, liver, lungs, suet, oatmeal: that’s Haggis-
While it might taste swell, the concept could gaggus.

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