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    Just been to Scotland and i have had

    Haggis
    1 sheep's stomach, thoroughly cleaned
    The liver, heart, and lights (lungs) of the sheep
    1 lb Beef suet
    2 large Onions
    2 tb Salt
    1 ts Freshly ground black pepper
    1/2 ts Cayenne or red pepper
    1/2 ts Allspice
    2 lb Dry oatmeal (the old-fashioned, slow-cooking kind)
    2-3 cups broth (in which the liver, heart and lights were cooked)

    Verdict!!! LOL bloody lovely and very filling, had it rolled in steak and on it;s own, but a little too peppery for my liking but great



    Black Pudding
    INGREDIENTS:
    1 quart pig's blood
    12 ounces bread crumbs
    1/2 lb. suet
    Salt and pepper, to taste
    1 quart milk
    1 cup cooked barley
    1 cup dry rolled oats
    1 ounce ground mint

    WOW - yum bloody tastic!!! Great for a cooked breakfast with bacon eggs, sausages, etc... bit chewy but great taste.. y'all missing out on this!! it's lovely!!

    oh and picked up a whisky beer too!!

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    YUMMMMMMMMMMY
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    ya whimps!! its lovely!
    you never know what your missing out on unless you try it?

    besdides if you thought about what they put in stuff you'd never eat a fast food burger or eggs ever again would you?

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    Yuck...pig's blood...I would rather not know the ingredients!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bucsfan4ever View Post
    Yuck...pig's blood...I would rather not know the ingredients!!
    Yeah, some things I would just prefer to remain blissfully ignorant about.
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    I'd try it at least once....I'll try any food once..
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    thats the spirit flea flicker!!

    these other boring sods don;t know what they are missing for sure.

    Whenever i travel i always ALWAYS never have anything i can have from home in England. If you don't try these things you'll never know what you are missing.

    Hence i've eaten amongst other things

    Guinea Pig and drunk Colca tea in Peru
    Snails in France
    Reindeer and Chocolate in Switzerland ( the swiss make the best chocolate period )
    Haggis and Black pudding in Scotland
    Kangeroo from Australia ( it's very sweet meat )
    And grits from Atlanta, Georgia
    pretty much any dam local thing i can get my hands on.

    Have to try these things doncha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blitzburghpete View Post
    thats the spirit flea flicker!!

    these other boring sods don;t know what they are missing for sure.

    Whenever i travel i always ALWAYS never have anything i can have from home in England. If you don't try these things you'll never know what you are missing.

    Hence i've eaten amongst other things

    Guinea Pig and drunk Colca tea in Peru
    Snails in France
    Reindeer and Chocolate in Switzerland ( the swiss make the best chocolate period )
    Haggis and Black pudding in Scotland
    Kangeroo from Australia ( it's very sweet meat )
    And grits from Atlanta, Georgia
    pretty much any dam local thing i can get my hands on.

    Have to try these things doncha
    Yes I do,I have always wanted to try snails..Reindeer would be fine,the Guinea Pig and Roo might take some doing and as far as the grits go...I have these regularly...I'm a southern gal.




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