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  • by Matts (1087) on 2002.01.10 2:37 (#2983) Journal
    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 speciality. Instead of being wrapped in a bladder they very carefully wrap the contents in breadcrumbs and pan fry it. The taste is out of this world (but then so is everything else on their menu).

    And they serve haggis for desert too. I kid you not.