Thursday, 5 November 2009

What point is there in resisting?


14 comments:

lissa said...

just look up haggis and uh, no thanks!

Neil Tasker said...

Sounds like a deal to me......Had a haggis pie for me tea tonight......quality food item!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

God i love my greasy little country.

Carol said...

I'll take the roll if someone else would like to partake of the haggis and tea :)

Sophia said...

I'll partake!! :)

Miranda said...

Hahahahah! Maaaybe if two cups of tea were offered....

Prairie Girl Wanderer said...

Haggis on a roll and cup of tea too. Sounds like a deal to me! :) YUM

Nervous Bear said...

I'm intrigued by the whole idea. I mean, I know when I'm on a roll, but what's the deal when a haggis is on a roll? How does haggis luck manifest? Does it just stay uneaten for longer?

LDWatkins said...

Hmmmm......I'll take the tea!

ms toast burner said...

My mom used her Mum's haggis recipe as a threat... "eat your peas or your next meal... why, I'll get out your grandmaw's haggis recipe!" Never ate peas so fast!

;-)

PurestGreen said...

Oooh, the controversy. Some people yes, some people no. Then there is Nervous Bear, who likes his words slightly scrambled. :)

sallymandy said...

Good heavens. My husband once found a recipe for vegetarian haggis. We wondered two things...first, how can it be vegetarian, and second--why would you want to make it?

Marcheline said...

Ohhhhh..... my stomach just gave a pang of longing. For haggis, delicious haggis. For rolls, yeasty rolls. For tea, leafy goodness.

Just stab me through the heart with a stake of holly, why don'tcha?

Prairie Girl Wanderer said...

Update: on Saturday I went to the isle of Lismore and for lunch had a haggis and bacon toastie. it was delicious.