Scotland’s national dish is a source of endless jokes and stories and yet provokes huge curiosity. Unloved by some and passionately consumed by others, haggis has a bit of a bad-boy image to contend with. How did haggis come by this contradictory reputation?
Jo Macsween of the famous family of Edinburgh haggis makers expertly guides you through the myths and mystery to a new realm of haggis appreciation that transcends neeps, tatties and Burns Night. Featuring fifty mouth-watering recipes, Jo rewrites the rules and demonstrates that haggis is a versatile ingredient that can be savoured at all times of day and throughout the year.