Haggis tonight?

The_Lizards_Jumpers

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I'm 1/4 Scottish (my Nana was from Paisley) and Mrs Jumpers is 1/2 Scottish (her mam is from Peterhead) and although we don't really celebrate our Scottish roots we do like a vegetarian Haggis (yes it exists, and it's delicious) even though neither of us are strict vegetarians.

She's away in Switzerland with work until tomorrow, but we'll certainly be having some this week when she returns, although we have Haggis, Neeps and Taties a few times a year anyways and dont just limit it to the 25th January.
 

Abel Tasman

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I'm 1/4 Scottish (my Nana was from Paisley) and Mrs Jumpers is 1/2 Scottish (her mam is from Peterhead) and although we don't really celebrate our Scottish roots we do like a vegetarian Haggis (yes it exists, and it's delicious) even though neither of us are strict vegetarians.

She's away in Switzerland with work until tomorrow, but we'll certainly be having some this week when she returns, although we have Haggis, Neeps and Taties a few times a year anyways and dont just limit it to the 25th January.
Vegetarian haggis are sold side by side with meat haggis in supermarkets over here. Surprised they aren’t well know back home.
 

On The Bob

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Haggis on a Scottish breakfast along with white pudding and potato scone, top tier.
I was just about to comment something similar. I used to get White Pudding from Bolams but stopped going years ago once they started with massive price hikes. Don’t see it around many other places.

I also like using Haggis on a Sunday lunch as an alternative to pork stuffing! 🐽🤤
 
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