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Old Oct 8, 2010, 10:22 PM   #1
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Old Oct 9, 2010, 12:04 AM   #2
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oh, boy, let's have a party....goes great with another dish I heard about...roasted Egret....feeds thirty...yeah, one of those little skinny white birds...one bite per person is Way more than enough!
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Nothing like the barbeque koala I had down in Australia.

Thinly sliced, not too overcooked --- sweeeet!
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I would think they'd taste like a cough drop, given their diet.
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Thanks for the pic,I have never in my life seen a haggis. I was under the impression that haggis was some sort of old witch or something, and always wondered about people eating them...???at least now I can identify one from hopefully a safe distance! LOL
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Here is the wikipedia entry for haggis:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haggis

It actually tastes quite good, however each butcher has a slightly different recipe.
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Hey I checked out your link terry, it really doesn't sound bad at all, I don't think they sell much of it around here though, guess I will have to go overseas to try the good stuff!

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The worst part is that you aren't allowed to eat it until you have recited, from memory, Robby Burns' poem. And nobody likes cold haggis, and there are all those claymores hanging around on the walls.........

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