For most Americans, the thought of Scottish food most likely conjures an image of haggis, the mixture of sheep innards, ...

For most Americans, the thought of Scottish food most likely conjures an image of haggis, the mixture of sheep innards, oats, and spices cooked inside a stomach and eaten alongside "tatties and neeps," or mashed potatoes and turnips.

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