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Scotland's national dish is an 'imposter' and was invented by Vikings, claims master butcher

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Scotland’s famous national dish is an ‘imposter’ and has been faking it as native for centuries, says an award-winning butcher who has traced haggis and its recipe back to Viking invaders.
Joe Callaghan, of Callaghans of Helensburgh, Argyll and Bute, has been researching the savoury pudding for three years and claims that the evidence is clear - haggis should be made with deer, not sheep.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/12070076/Scotlands-national-dish-is-an-imposter-and-was-invented-by-Vikings-claims-master-butcher.html

whatta ya say to that shep

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 Ukshep    13,241
8 hours ago, Storm cat said:

Scotland’s famous national dish is an ‘imposter’ and has been faking it as native for centuries, says an award-winning butcher who has traced haggis and its recipe back to Viking invaders.
Joe Callaghan, of Callaghans of Helensburgh, Argyll and Bute, has been researching the savoury pudding for three years and claims that the evidence is clear - haggis should be made with deer, not sheep.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/12070076/Scotlands-national-dish-is-an-imposter-and-was-invented-by-Vikings-claims-master-butcher.html

whatta ya say to that shep

Im not scottish hehe so i could not care less. :)

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