Haggis-Flavored Potato Chips

Great Scot International, a US importer of Scottish goods, plans to introduce Americans to haggis-flavored potato chips. Haggis, as you may recall, consists of sheep organs ground up and boiled inside a sheep's stomach. This delicacy is available in the UK in potato chip form:

Great Scot International announced this week it would have Mackie's Haggis and Cracked Black Pepper chips on display at its booth at the annual Fancy Food Show in New York next month.

"We know that flavors with a Scottish twist are popular because Haggis and Cracked Black Pepper is our best-selling flavor," Kirstin Mackie, managing director of Mackie's, said in a written statement.


Link via Glenn Reynolds | Photo by Flickr user tjmwatson used under Creative Commons license

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...Fresh Haggis can be ordered from Lambs Etc in Oregon, web addy www.oatmealsavage.com... nerver tried the canned stuff... Bring on the Crisps!
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Although not of Scottish-Celtic heritage (I'm Irish and a Jew), I love Haggis - it is wonderful. People say - sheep stomach, ewww. But look at sausage and hotdogs. These are intestinal casings - part of the poop shoot if you will. Anyway, if you like poop shoot products, Haggis is also made using casings ;)

If I can get my hands on them, I would really like to try these chips.
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