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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • There's definitely good haggis and bad haggis out there. Watch out for cheapo butchers or supermarket haggis (I suspect that's not an issue for USians - haggis is probably hard to get in most supermarkets). When cooked it should have a delicate odour to it, not smell like boiled insides.

    The most delicious haggis I've ever had is at a small restaurant called Dubh Pres (pronounced presche, meaning "black pot") off the Royal Mile in Edinburgh. They serve the most amazing food there, and their haggis is a spe