Haggis in the USA
- lazylizard101 Dec 7, 2012 02:58 AM
A friend wants to take a Haggis into the USA however it is banned. Even Tinned Haggis is Banned!
So our next thought is there somewhere in the USA you can get a traditional scottish tasting Haggis?
he wants an authentic scottish recipe. (I know many have thier own recipes but we are hoping as close to the traditional as possible with all the great herbs and spices used in scotland.)
Does anyone know where he can get one or order it?
Check out www.scottishgourmetusa.com - we've picked
up a few things from them at Celtic festivals and enjoyed
them. Unfortunatley, we put a haggis in the freezer to
save for New Years or Bobby Burns' birthday, then had a
power failure and never got to try it.
I've eaten haggis at The Argyle in Kearny, NJ - I know they
ship some food products but not sure about this one in
there are some British import stores with canned stuff.. other than that hit some of the medieval fairs and scottish games in your area and there will always be a booth of authentic yummmmmy haggis
As I understand it, the only thing that is banned is the use of lights, the lamb lungs. So any version made or sold in the USA will be missing those. Otherwise, there's no reason the flavor can't be traditional.