[Sca-cooks] haggis question
Kathleen A Roberts
karobert at unm.edu
Thu Jan 4 12:00:56 PST 2007
while fixating on early irish food research, a question
popped to mind...
is haggis strictly scottish, never traveling beyond the
borders, or would it be a dish that would have been
known/done/served around the british? is it merely a
generalized pudding or a country specific treasure?
i suppose this comes from looking for things people have
heard of and that there are recipes for as opposed to the
dominant 'nothing written down' i keep banging into with
the irish food.
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