Urgghhhhhhhh, id rather slam my fingers in a door than eat haggis.................makes me wanna go veggie
Butcher place in Central Market does a good haggis too, but expensive as they are imported from Scotland.
They'll be coming into season soon.Heard there is some good shooting around Willuna.
Apparently an early Scottish settler let some loose for sport.
Now they need to e culled.
Just thought I'd tell you about awfully good haggis, neeps and tatties we had at the stall at the highland gathering in Mount Barker at the weekend. Andersons haggis and they were selling it uncooked too. Well worth writing in the calendar for next year!! Kids were tossing the caber and haggis hurling...bit of a screech with the pipe bands playing all day mind you...
I was having a look for Haggis to make for friends this weekend. Apparently Anderson's doesn't make haggis any more, so you can't get it at david jones. I got some from the continental store in Elizabeth shopping centre, and also at the barossa fine foods in the Golden Grove Village. Choc o nut sells irn-bru and tablet so I'm well and truly sorted!
edit: So I tried both haggi, and the one bought at elizabeth shopping centre wasn't quite as good as the one bought at barossa fine foods. Neither were a patch on haggis back home, but the barossa one was still very tasty
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