Haggis is a traditional Scottish food, consisting of sheep heart, liver and lungs — encased into a sheep’s stomach.
Despite my study abroad professor’s persistent persuading to get us all to try it while we were in Edinburgh, Scotland, this past May, I admittedly never did.
I saw fellow classmates order the dish as an appetizer at a group dinner, but looking at it was enough for me.
Good news, though: the Scottish don’t just eat this obscure food (obscure by U.S. standards that is — seriously, it’s illegal here because of the lung), they’ve made a sport out of it called haggis hurling.
So, we did it. My study… Read more