Burns Night: How to Make Haggis

Food — By Christina Maria Paschyn on January 24, 2011 at 7:00 am

Tomorrow Scotsmen and women all over the world will celebrate Burns Night, and if you’re in Edinburgh, I hope you will honor Scotland’s national bard by eating haggis at a tradition Burns Night supper or dancing a jig at a ceilidh.

Speaking of haggis, as you may be aware, not everyone in the UK is a fan of this strange cuisine. Nevertheless, if you’ve got a taste for sheep’s ‘pluck’ and want to learn how to make your own, just follow The Guardian’s step-by-step directions.

Visit www.guardian.co.uk for directions on how to make haggis

Find out where to buy haggis. Also, in keeping with the theme of the evening, learn about the new Robert Burns Birthplace Museum in Ayrshire.

[Image Credits: Haggis on sale by zoonabar; Screen shot of haggis directions courtesy of www.guardian.co.uk]

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