On our drive home today, I was thinking about the coming week: with Thanksgiving, followed by St. Andrew’s day on Saturday. As @TheWelshWookie and I will be in Coventry this weekend, I thought we’d better have haggis at some point this week, since we won’t have it on Saturday.
And so, we stopped off at the George Hotel in Inveraray for dinner. And what did I have? Oh, there was only one thing on my mind: haggis, neeps ‘n’ tatties, with a green peppercorn sauce. Yummy. Very winter-warming!
In keeping with foods with an ‘n’ in the name, @TheWelshWookie has fish ‘n’ chips:
We’re now home. And I’m road testing my new slipper socks…
I hope you’re having a comfy, cozy Sunday. Did you have a busy weekend or a quiet one?
16 thoughts on “Almost St. Andrew’s”
Looks yummy, I’ve always wondered what haggis looks like once it’s cooked. Socks are cute! The farm garden had my attention this weekend (apart from some runs), it has been pruned and weeded and looks loved all ready for summer bbqs 🙂
Well done you; that’s been a hard-working weekend! The haggis was delish- not something I have very often, which is probably why I enjoyed it so much!
Love the slipper socks, feeling a little ill looking at the haggis!
Thanks! It tastes better than it looks- honest! 😉 couldn’t eat it everyday, though!
Loving those slipper socks!!
Thanks! They’re so cute!
You always kee me learning! Haggis……I’m going to need that recipe! 🙂
Oooh, best not to know what’s in it! I believe you can’t get real haggis in the US because of its contents- you can only get veggie versions!
Lol! I would probably still agree to at least try it once….when I’m there of course! 🙂
Absolutely- gotta try everything once!
Oh man, that looks good! Even though it’s been said that most Scottish cuisine is based on a dare! Haha, had to get you back for the log photo! 😉
Lol! Actually, I’d believe that: deep fried mars bar- how else would anyone come up with that?
Love the socks. Those rock! Food looked yum!
Thanks! They’re so comfy!
Those look warm and snuggly on the feet.
They’re so, so cosy!