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I bought a haggis today

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by simplysardonic, Jan 20, 2012.


  1. simplysardonic

    simplysardonic Moderator
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    It's a vegetarian haggis & I'm going to eat it on Burns Night
    Never fancied it before, due to it being a bit yucky sounding but just though why not, no time like the present to be a bit adventurous with my food:)
     
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    I brought the meat variety once! the boil in the pack typo from waitrose! Even Manuex turned his nose up at it!:eek:
    But seeing as it's veggie - hope you enjoy it!:D
     
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    i like haggis...must be the viking in me
     
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    Haggis isn't something that's ever been on my list of 'must haves' but I am intrigued, what's in a veggy one?
     
  5. simplysardonic

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    Its got oatmeal, kidney beans, lentils, mixed nuts, carrots, turnip, onion & mushroom, with pepper & spices in it:)
     
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    Hmmmm that sounds nice & tasty - think even I could enjoy that. Let us know after Burns Night what it tasted like. Enjoy it
     
  7. Paganman

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    No suprises there :rolleyes:

    :D
     
  8. simplysardonic

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    Not just mixed nuts, crushed mixed nuts:devil:
     
  9. jon bda

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    Go girlfriend!!!
    :cornut:
     
  10. MCWillow

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    Gotta say that sounds quite nice - its got to taste better than the meat ones!
     
  11. Paganman

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    :eek: :crazy: :Singing:
     
  12. simplysardonic

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    I can't remember what goes in the meaty ones, I think it's some of the less appetising bits of a sheep:eek:
     
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    I havent had haggis in years. I loved it . Stayed in scotland for 2 weeks and first tried it there.
    Let us know what the veggie version is like :)
     
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    I tried one mouthful years ago (stepdad was Scottish) - I was too scared to look up was was in it - but it scarred me for life :eek:
     
  15. morsel

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    vegetarian haggis, my a**e??? No such thing.
     
  16. simplysardonic

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    Can't see why not, each to their own though;)
     
  17. fire-siamesekitty

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    My partner likes it even though its made from sheeps lungs, heart and liver and its minced with onion, as he use to live in Scotland.The supermarket ones tastes pants go and buy a Scottish butchers made one.:D Ive never tryed them but i will on my next visit....
     
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  18. morsel

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    I had a ham sandwich, without the ham.
     
  19. simplysardonic

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    Aww, good for you:thumbup:
     
  20. morsel

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    Thank you. I'm thinking of having porridge without cereal for breakfast.
     
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