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Re: Re: Haggis

so how does it taste?

on 12/14/2002 9:04 PM, cathy carpenter at cathyc@rnet.com wrote:

> 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:

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