Haggis, neeps & tatties

Item: Haggis, neeps & tatties
Date: April 17, 2015
Location: Ubiquitous Chip, Glasgow, Scotland

That’s right, folks, more than 6 months in Scotland, and this is the first post of Scottish cuisine, a very traditional one. You can’t get more authentic than haggis, neeps, and tatties, but let’s break it all down. Haggis = minced sheep’s heart, liver, and lungs stuffed in its stomach (the one we had at “The Chip” was from venison), neeps = mashed yellow turnip, and tatties = mashed potatoes. Sounds like an appetizing combo? Admittedly haggis is not for everyone and is perhaps an acquired taste. I didn’t hate it, but I’m so far not a huge fan of it either (this dish was ordered by my friends, not me). I do see myself liking it more and more though, but we’ll see… 😉


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