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February 08, 2009



Wow Mr. L. Does that ever look and sound good! Did you save one for your MIL?


I hear talk about this every now and then. I don't have the guts to try them tho. Do you dip them in a sauce or do you eat them just like that?

noble pig

I have seen these and love them...so cool looking!

Uncle Bob

Burns night at our club is always Scotch and cigars with haggis (ych!). Love. Uncle Bob

Mrs. L

MIL - Alas, I barely was able to sneak a taste myself. They all went to the party!

Veron - According to Mr. L, there were no sauces ever mentioned in any recipes. I don't remember when I had one that there was a sauce as I found it dry and would have loved to have dunked it in something.

Noble Pig - The presentation on these was very cool, especially when Mr. L cut them in half to serve.


This was so tasty! I tried this with a slightly different “Texan” twist. I don’t care for pork sausage, so I used a fresh venison sausage I get from a local friend who hunts elk. I also added chewy bacon bits to the bread-crumby mix, because I had some leftover from recently creating home-made potato soup.

Mrs. L

Arch - You added BACON! Now why didn't we think of that!


One of my all time favorite snacks. People think I am insane.


Those look good! I have been wanting to try scotch eggs.


You know it... everything can be made better with BACON, hahaha...


I'm glad I'm not the only one who was not familiar with Burns night. And this recipe looks like a fun one to try. Passing it onto the hubby to prepare. :)

Any recipes for haggis? LOL!

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