[Sca-cooks] Haggis, Updated: Less Offal, Tastes Great
Phil Troy / G. Tacitus Adamantius
adamantius1 at verizon.net
Thu Jan 25 10:54:20 PST 2007
On Jan 25, 2007, at 1:34 PM, Adele de Maisieres wrote:
> Johnna Holloway wrote:
>> The New York Times featured an article on Haggis yesterday
>> Click on Dining and Food in the in the index on the left.
> Oh gods, not another stupid article about how nasty a traditional
> Adele de Maisieres
Uh, no, actually. I didn't get that sense at all. Mostly it's about
how haggis has changed, and why. It does include some opinions from
various people about how some version are considered nasty and what
people have done to change that impression, and it also covers
American variants based on difficulty in obtaining things like lungs.
But none of it is expressed as value judgement on the part of the
author of the article or the paper.
"S'ils n'ont pas de pain, vous fait-on dire, qu'ils mangent de la
brioche!" / "If there's no bread to be had, one has to say, let them
-- attributed to an unnamed noblewoman by Jean-Jacques Rousseau,
"Why don't they get new jobs if they're unhappy -- or go on Prozac?"
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