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Burns Night Supper Features Traditional Scottish Fare With a Vegetarian Twist

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One of my real trepidations about going to Scotland the first time was haggis.

According to ancestry.com, my bloodline is more than 80 percent Scottish and Scots-Irish. I sort of felt like that obligated me at least to try haggis. But I have never been a fan of organ meats, and the thought of th...

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