I should have been there earlier.
He then fished the empty container from the recyle bin as proof that Haggis had indeed been had here and he focused my attention to the vegetarian on the label.
Vegetarian Haggis was had.
The "real" stuff was still sealed in another tin.
An aside: the canned Haggis was bought here and you can order it online!
I read the label and Haggis really goes well with whisky. Whisky is recommended as an accompaniment to, and as part of, any recipe which uses Haggis.
Yes there are recipes that use Haggis in it.
After I finished my potato scone and my oatcake I wandered out of the office thinking about my Scottish side. Argyle. Really, what else is more Argylier than Argyle plaid?
Here is the official Argyle tartan according to tartansauthority.com
This is one half of my official ancestry. Of course Argyle patterning has been everywhere these last few years, like on this stuff for instance:
popular for dog sweaters
butt patterning squid knitting
luggage blank book
cufflinks distressed patterning
dog collar dog tag
plaid'n'pegasus paper ipod
kilts (him, her)
socks (her) socks (him)
sock vases stationery
Wonder what Robbie Burns would write about today? I could get him some fancy tartan stationery for inspiration, and a smartly dressed companion animal to keep him company if he had to stare at the blank, tartan-bordered paper before his muse arrived.