James Macsween - Haggis
James Macsween, Managing Director of Macsween of Edinburgh provides the answers to the big questions you have about haggis... What's in haggis? How is it made? Is it really Scottish?! He also has lots of suggestions on tasty ways to eat it and why you really should experience a Burns supper!
To find out more about Macsween haggis: Macsween haggis Website,
Macsween haggis Facebook, Macsween haggis Instagram,
‘The Macsween Haggis Bible’ by Jo Macsween book The Macsween Haggis Bible | Birlinn Ltd - Independent Scottish Publisher - buy books online
The Macsween butchers shop in Edinburgh from 1953-1996: https://www.edinburghlive.co.uk/news/edinburgh-news/old-edinburgh-ghost-sign-butcher-22506858
Some of Macsween’s awards: https://greattasteawards.co.uk
Haggis beer: https://foodanddrink.scotsman.com/drink/craft-beer/edinburgh-businesses-team-up-to-launch-haggis-beer-in-time-for-burns-night/
Veggie haggis launch in the US: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/vegetarian-haggis-launches-in-the-us-for-burns-night
More info on the nutritional content of haggis - Burns Supper - How healthy is haggis? (laurawyness.com)
And remember haggis is not just for Burns night…. #NotJustForBurns
The Food Connections podcast aims to help you learn more about the food you eat and connect with those who make it.
The ‘Food Connections’ podcast is created and produced by Dr Laura Wyness, Nutrition Research and Communication (www.laurawyness.com) who is also one of Scotland’s Regional Food Tourism Ambassadors - Regional Food Tourism Ambassadors | Scotland Food and Drink #ScotFoodAmbassador
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