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Someone would have to domesticate a Scot before a Scot could domesticate anything else. We're still waiting on the first.Originally posted by operatenor:
That's all good and well, but there is still one more question to be answered: Did the Scots domesticate them or are they hunted for food to this day?
Haggi.And what do you call a group of them? A herd? Gaggle? Bevy? Flock? Perhaps a pluck?
You could be right Shapely, or is it, Haggai.Originally posted by Shapley:
I believe it is a haggle of haggi.
----------------------Originally posted by Selma in San Diego:
I'll see your haggis, and raise you a plate of lutefisk.
Seriously, this sounds like an ethnic horror second only to the dreaded lutefisk. I don't know who's weirder, the wild highlander, or the random scandalhoovian. Probably a tossup.
Haggis is clearly inferior to gelato.
They obviously didn't know about that third sock....Originally posted by lliam:
strong winds are everywhere.
Do you know what it's like to wear a kilt in the cold winter air? The socks keeps what's below the knees warm. There is nothing worn under the kilt, all is in good working order -- but it's mighty cold out there in the hills hunting haggis. Only the strongest can cope.....but then, there are more difficulties facing that shivering Highlander.
Here goes Serenity,Originally posted by Serenity:
does anyone have the recipe for Rocky Mountain Oysters?
I don't know where you can get the pluck (stomach lining), but I do have a can of haggis in Teacher's Highland Cream ("perfection of whiskey" it says on the can), left from my trip to Scotland in 1997. Maybe we can fry it up!Originally posted by Serenity:
Where can I buy a whole sheep's stomach so that I can flip it inside-out?
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