Skip to comments.Scots ask US to lift haggis ban
Posted on 01/20/2008 9:33:32 AM PST by Stoat
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Somehow I don’t see McHaggis replacing Chicken McNuggets in the Happy Meal.
Welcome to McGlobals. Would your youngster prefer the McHaggis or Mclutefisk Happy Meal.
I’m sorry but we no longer offer the McBalut Happy Meals. They made our staff prone to nervous breakdowns.
Organ meat is supposed to be extremely healthy. My grandfather used to talk about eating blood sandwiches with a little bit of head cheese on it. (that’s brains)
Disgusting to look at and (so I hear) revolting to eat. But even more than that -- according to Wikipedia, not only is it disgusting, but it ruins your dishes and utensils!
When cooking and eating lutefisk, it is important to clean the lutefisk and its residue off of pans, plates, and utensils immediately. Lutefisk left overnight becomes nearly impossible to remove. Sterling silver should never be used in the cooking, serving or eating of lutefisk, which will permanently ruin silver. Stainless steel utensils are recommended instead.Now if a "food" destroys not only your appetite and digestion, but also the inanimate objects surrounding it! .... well, that's why it's No. 1 on the list.
The last time I was at the Grandfather Mountain Highland Games, I visited Clans Morrison, Lewis, McDuffie, Douglass and Campbell. I would have visited Clan Riddle but they don't have a clan that I am aware of. Anyway I an kin to all of those.
Oh, thanks a lot—I just looked up balut on Wikipedia and almost lost my dinner.
That's not enough information my FRiend. You have to say what your dinner was! You get extra points if it was something really, really disgusting!
Shows us in a good light, though,no?. Her concern for YOUR money..lol
I love my Scottish heritage and I visited Scotland back in 2001. However, I did not eat Haggis there and I would not eat one here. In fact, upon returning to the states and about to clear customs, a customs officer asked us I we were bring any back!
I told him the same thing. Give me a Talisker instead.
Yes it does and I did as she said I carried the book home on my lap.
Don’t know about Talisker, but I do have a bottle of Grant’s Stand Fast that my father-in-law bought 50+ years ago. Too bad I don’t care for Whisky.
Hi, did you enjoy it and where did you visit?.
p.s any questions about Scotland or Britain, dont hesitate to ask.
Clan FReeper....good Idea. Of course we need a Clan Badge and Tartan. Any Ideas?
You should try it neat.
Glad to hear it.
We’ll be back some day!
You can't beat a fresh moose turd pie that way either!