(R)evolution in Scottish Food

CFlisi
Digital Global Traveler
4 min readApr 6, 2024

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by C.Flisi

Scotland’s culinary fame has always been based on its eponymous drink (scotch), with perhaps a nod to its salmon (fished, not farmed). Experienced travelers might also note the role of haggis on the Scottish table — for literary, not gastronomic, reasons, as anyone knows who has ventured to try it. (For those non-ventured, haggis is a pudding made of sheep’s heart, liver, and lungs minced with onion, oatmeal, suet, spices, salt, and…

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CFlisi
Digital Global Traveler

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