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Re: Re: Haggis


Trust me, you don't want to know the ingredients. Suffice it to say it involves a sheep's stomach and other unmentionables, and oatmeal.
Cathy
On Saturday, December 14, 2002, at 06:44 PM, Janet Laytham wrote:

I my 60 years I've never heard of haggis. Sounds like I might be lucky.
But I'm also curious. What is it?
Janet

PS Note the subject line...I'm learning

on 12/14/2002 1:44 PM, Margaret Lauterbach at melauter@earthlink.net wrote:

Actually, I've never eaten it. I hesitated to say Scotch was my ethnic
food, but there you go. Ancestors emigrated a few hundred years ago, and
found better stuff to eat than haggis. Margaret L

haggis

Margaret, I helped make Haggis one time for a party of 200 when I was an
Executive
Sous Chef for a hotel. Don't ask me the recipe as I was not the lead on
this one.
Anyway do you enjoy it? Still eat it? I found it to be um...interesting!

DF
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