A Search for Haggis in Southern California

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The Scottish national dish known as haggis is an unappetizing combination of oatmeal and offal cooked in a sheep's stomach. Scottish expatriates in the Los Angeles area have had a tough time trying to locate an authentic version of haggis. But it turns out that an ex-caterer from Scotland specializes in producing the pudding every year, just in time for the annual celebration honoring Scottish poet Robert Burns. Patrick Hirsch reports.



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