Dreadful Thoughts and Dreams of a Chaotic Pisckie Priest in the West of Scotland
Let me see if I understand this: you have haggis and whisky on top of mashed turnips and mashed potatoes? Is there a crust also? Forgive my ignorance of Scottish cuisine.
Oh, by the way. I noticed that you said that Partick Thistle played poorly on BBC Alba. I assume they do the play-by-play in Gaelic. Do you speak Gaelic?David
No David, I have no Gaelic, and Thistle's performance sounded even worse in this melancholic tongue!Yes, the pies come in a crust to hold it all in, so to speak!
Well I suppose it makes a change from PTFC fielding the pies and neeps - boom! boom!dtedac, you may also not be familiar with the tattie scone on a roll or the macaroni pie or indeed the Buckfast black pudding.I have to say it sounds delicious. Crikey the haggis pies from Greggs have just a token topping of tatties and neeps and certainly no whisky.I just realised you weren't on my blogroll Kenny. Now sorted.
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