The recent news that haggis might be English has shaken the Scottish world to it’s core. Or has it?
Personally, I don’t believe a word of it. Everyone knows that the little critters are native to Scotland, indeed you can see them scurrying around the many hills of the highlands. Check out this page if you’re interested in how to catch a haggis.
By the time you’ve caught it (or bought it from the butcher), remember your neeps and tatties…and a bit of prose from our No 1 literary man: Address to a Haggis.