Haggis, a savory pudding blend with offal, is popularly served during the week of January 25 in honor of Scotland’s much-celebrated poet, Robert Burns, who just happened to craft a poem in its honor. And, I wouldn’t be a Scots’ lass without confessing to having had a wee sample now and again.
While one can presume that haggis is likely an acquired taste, there are other Scottish culinary traditions that can be browsed from the stacks of Steenbock Library. A sampling is presented below. Do consult with your librarians for assistance locating these and other titles treating specific food traditions.
Author: FitzGibbon, Theodora.
Title: A Taste of Scotland: Scottish Traditional Food
Call Number: TX717.3 F57 1971
Author: McNeill, F. Marian (Florence Marian), 1885-1973
Title: The Scots Kitchen : Its Traditions and Lore: with Old-Time Recipes
Call Number: TX725 M15
Author: Warren, Janet.
Title: A Feast of Scotland
Call Number: TX717.3 W33 1979