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Posted: 14-Aug-2006, 08:28 AM
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At the highland games my honey and I were hoping to be able to taste to some haggis.My best friend always said it is grows .My honey I have like it so much.It was good.The only thing I am curious is a little point:here in Canada it is prohibited by law to use the lung of the lamb so anywhere you can buy some haggis you will not find it, why?

Anyway I have buy a little scottish cooking book .I have start looking at it and it is describe as a simple and good food.What I love in that is the word simple,a do alot of asian food and it's never simple.
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Posted: 15-Sep-2006, 09:19 PM
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I have already posted a cool.gif traditional recipe for Haggis. If you want an updated less gruesome one let me know. Otherwise, start by killing a duck, bleeding an ox (the blood from the throat is preferred) and rip out the stomach of a sheep NOT the lung. My job when I was young was strangling the duck.

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