HAGGIS


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HAGGISHawkeye Area Grand Gaelic Isles Society
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The Macsween 1-minute haggis continues a tradition of innovation, starting with the world's first commercial vegetarian haggis, launched in 1984 and now accounting for about 25% of all Macsween sales.
Closer inspection of the data reveals there is a gender divide when it comes to the two Scottish foods featured, with more men admitting to enjoying haggis and deep-fried Mars bars than women.
A Ferguson's spokesperson said:"We wish to thank everyone who took part in our haggis supper competition.
"Even though vegetarian haggis has been around for a few years we've never seen anything like the current demand -- and it's not just during Burns' week, it's all year round!
"Small people can enjoy our haggis activities and we'll have haggis and other refreshments available throughout the afternoon."
Gangs wi' Haggis, a blend of oak leaf and bramble, is the brainchild of Cairn o' Mohr winery in Errol, Perthshire.
Haggis is a savoury pudding containing sheep's pluck (heart, liver, and lungs) minced with onion, oatmeal, suet, spices and salt wrapped in casing.
Alistair Bruce's layered creation of haggis, neeps and tatties scooped top prize in the Scottish Craft Butchers Haggis Products Awards.
But when Andrew and Sarah decided that they would be coming home to Stirling, Haggis began preparing himself for a cooler climate.