Our Traditional Haggis
A traditional haggis consists of lamb, beef, oatmeal, onions and special seasoning. Good to eat at any time but the essential dish for a Burns Night supper. Burns Night is celebrated on the 25th of January every year.
There are no specific origins of haggis, but the dish dates back well before Robert Burns’ era. In fact it probably goes back many thousands of years to the earliest of times, when the hunters returned with their kill, some of the meat could be salted or preserved, but some would need to be eaten at the time. The fresh, edible offals would be chopped and mixed with cereal and herbs and cooked over the fire in the ready-made container, the stomach. This would be the first origins of Haggis!
Haggis From Award Winning Hugh Black & Sons
The Haggis on our counter are from Hugh Black & Sons. We have award winning haggis produced by award winning butchers! They come in a variety of sizes from small and medium up to a Chieftain perfect for any size gathering and the traditional ingredient for a Burns supper. Our haggis has already been cooked and simply need to be baked, steamed or microwaved until it is piping hot.