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Nika's Culinaria - Eat With Your Eyes: Canned Haggis – very special

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Canned Haggis – very special

I just thought I would share something I found in my evening cruising.

Canned Scottish Haggis w/ Highland Beef (from Caledonian Kitchen. They have quite a lot of other interesting things for sale as well).

canned-haggis (NOT MINE)


Regarding the canned haggis the site states:
"We are delighted to offer you the latest version of our haggis! We have found a grower whose herd has won the Grand Champion Awards for both bulls and cows in the Highland Cattle Division at the National Stock show in Denver, Colorado. Not only is our Highland Beef Haggis unique, but it's also the finest that can be obtained anywhere. With the rumblings of problems with the commercial beef supply, we are pleased to offer this privately grown USDA Inspected Highland Beef version of our haggis. We hope you enjoy our offering from the best of the "rare auld breed.

Ingredients: 100% USDA Highland Beef and Beef Liver, Re-hydrated Oats, Refined Beef Suet, Water, Onions and Spices."

To order (for $154.99/24 cans plus shipping) visit this site.


For serving suggestions visit this page at their site.
"Haggis, neeps, and tatties were NOT the food of nobility. They were prepared and eaten in humble crofts in Scotland. They are the food of the common man, but they also represent the crown jewels of the culinary Folk Art of Scotland. Among the finishing touches to this extraordinary meal would be an oat bread or any other whole grain brown bread. Add a good pint of brown ale such as McEwan's and you'll have a meal our Scottish ancestors would have relished. A bit of tea and homemade Shortbread in front of a fire would be the perfect finish, as well as the prelude to a round of good single malt."

You can buy Vegetarian canned haggis.



One can get a proper uncanned haggis (Presentation Haggis it would seem its called) as well from Caledonian Kitchens.



I think I will stick with corned beef hash.. wonder if its similar at all to this.

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