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Registered: ‎07-02-2015

Haggis.

Had the thank Lidl for the great haggis at the end of January. Went down well with the 'neeps and tatties. A little left over the next day I fried with some onion and garlic in a toasted sandwich, great. I did take the plastic off of it,(did not fancy hot plastic next to the meat), made some gravy and cooked it in the oven.

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Registered: ‎01-04-2016

Re: Haggis.

I might have tried haggis many years ago but I am sure it wasn't on a toasted sandwich! @truhawk479

but, as a sensible person (or complete idiot) once said, " don't knock it 'til you've tried it."

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Registered: ‎09-02-2015

Re: Haggis.

I found a haggis in the bottom of a second-hand freezer I bought, perfectly preserved in about 6" (150mm) of ice. God knows how long it had been there. Still, it was OK.

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Registered: ‎08-03-2016

Re: Haggis.

I have one in the fridge - bought from Lidl last month.  Awaiting an appropriate moment for the feast.  They are surprisingly large - too much for 2, really.  Might give some to Bellini.  He bit me badly yesterday, so it'll serve him right!

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...wouldn't think he could take your arm off, would you?  Sorry if I've post this before.  I like the picture!

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Registered: ‎21-03-2016

Re: Haggis.

That made me laugh! Smiley LOLIt might be a lovely picture @Duchess but obviously of a not so lovely cat! Smiley Happy talk about 'biting the hand that feeds it' Smiley Very Happy