Haggis Hurling

That’s right, Haggis Hurling. It’s so popular there’s even a Flash game.

In case you didn’t know (but I know you do), haggis is:

a Scottish dish made from sheep’s offal (windpipe, lungs, heart and liver) of the sheep, which is first boiled and then minced. It is then mixed with beef suet and lightly toasted oatmeal. This mixture is placed inside the sheep’s stomach, which is sewn closed. The resulting haggis is traditionally cooked by further boiling (for up to three hours).

Man am I hungry!

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