Silent Sunday

SilentSundayHaggis

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29 comments on “Silent Sunday
  1. Notmyyearoff says:

    I thought that was chocolate pudding at first. But is it black pudding?

  2. Kara says:

    Love black pudding!

  3. Good god woman what is that?

  4. Jaime Oliver says:

    that made my stomach turn ! yuck!

  5. Kim Carberry says:

    Eww! Haggis! Not a fan…

    • motherofmadcatsandbabies says:

      I think it’s one of those love-hate things. I love it, but have been eating it since I was a child, having been at school in Scotland! 🙂

  6. Happy belated St Andrews – hope it was delicious.

  7. Thought it was haggis – have never tried it but would like to

  8. Hope you had a lovely St Andrew’s Day… I’ve not tried Haggis yet – what does it taste like?

    • motherofmadcatsandbabies says:

      It’s sort of spicy, sausage like. You can’t actually tell by taste what it is made of, and I love it, but then I have grown up on it! 🙂

  9. ohh yummy! Haggis =) hope you had it with tatties and neep lol We didnt have haggis yesterday as I forgot to buy one! opps!

  10. Glad my first thought – haggis!- was correct. Hope it was tasty. Happy St Andrew’s day (belatedly!)

  11. Bleurgh. I know I should say something nice, but, just, bleurgh!

  12. Oooh – love Haggis but haven’t had it for years. You should come over to France and try one of Normandy’s dishes …. andouille. It’s a French smoked sausage made primarily from pig chitterlings, tripe, onions, wine and seasonings. It is an acquired taste. Hubby likes it!!

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