Haggis is a kind of stuff black pudding eaten by the Scots and considered by them to be not only a delicacy  but also fit for human consumption. The minced heart, lungs and liver of a sheep, calf or other animal inner organs are mixed with oatmeal, sealed and boiled in maw in the sheep's intestinal stomach bag and------------------excuse me for a minute!!!!
tiffani2009 tiffani2009
9 Responses May 11, 2012

Foreigners cannot enjoy our food, I suppose, any more than we can enjoy theirs. It is not strange; for tastes are made, not born. I might glorify my bill of fare until I was tired; but after all, the Scotchman would shake his head and say, 'Where's your haggis?' and the Fijan would sigh and say, 'Where's your missionary?

Visit Scotland and have a plate of Haggis with Mashed Potato and mashed turnip you will like it, and you will love Scotland the beauty of the scenery and the outstanding beauty of the women.

Cooked the bat in the gumbo pan & drank the blood from a rusty can

Ok that plus crawfish and got and bar ba coa which if done right has a cow head in the pit

'Auld Nature swears, the lovely dears <br />
Her noblest work she classes, O: <br />
Her prentice han' she try'd on man, <br />
An' then she made the lasses, O.<br />
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Green grow the rashes, O; <br />
Green grow the rashes, O; <br />
The sweetest hours that e'er I spend, <br />
Are spent among the lasses, O'. <br />
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Robert Burns<br />
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Pipe in the Haggis & no slouching at the back Tiff!!

When it's chittlin' cookin' time in Cheatham County<br />
I'll be courtin' in them Cheatham County Hills<br />
And I'll pick a Cheatham County chittlin' cooker<br />
For a longin' that a mess of chittlin fills

Y,all never been down south too much- from poke salad Annie .! Yes there really is poke salad. Chittlins- yep intestine fried. Aka cracklins. Please stand while Dixie is played. :-D

Hey wait a minute... Tiff honey... you Rebs shouldn't go slagging off Scots for eating sheep innards when you eat a delicacy made of pigs intestines!!<br />
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I always fancied trying chittlins but can't seem to get them in the UK. However, they do sell Haggis in my local supermarket.<br />
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If you don't fancy eating offal you can buy Vegetarian Haggis these days which have Beans, Lentils & Nuts instead of the minced up bits of dead sheep...a jolly good eat they are too.<br />

The National Dish and always eaten on Robert Burns the Scottish poets birthday, known as a Burns Supper, Haggis Neeps [turnips mashed] and tatties [potatoes mashed] washed down with Scottish Whisky.