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draaiorgel

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#41
Each butcher has his own recipe.
You don't have to eat the skin, just what's inside.
That's the advantage of tinned haggis you don't have to worry about the skin.
We always have it with mashed turnip with a good knob of butter,
and the whole plateful is delicious.

You may add salt and pepper to taste.
It's Grant's that's in the tin.
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DigsNW

Well-Known Member
#42
Each butcher has his own recipe.
You don't have to eat the skin, just what's inside.
That's the advantage of tinned haggis you don't have to worry about the skin.
We always have it with mashed turnip with a good knob of butter,
and the whole plateful is delicious.

You may add salt and pepper to taste.
It's Grant's that's in the tin.
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I think you should send Ed a case of it and let him try it for himself. :LOL::LOL::LOL:
 

draaiorgel

Well-Known Member
#44
Thanks a bunch fyrffytr.
Man they were real classy carriages.
I can just imagine coachlines on those as well.
I managed to see pages of a catalogue by Troy.
They were their version of luxury Buggies and obviously to a high standard.

Thanks again.
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