Haggis and Other Traditional Scottish Foods To Add To Your Bucket List
Rugged Scotland is known for its foreboding and eerie brown moors, stark mountains with a handsome stag perched proudly atop, roaring fires, grey stone buildings, misty harbors, and whisky. What deserves more attention are Scottish foods — hearty dishes that range from sheep stomach to fish chowder.
The proud inhabitants of Scotland have rich culinary traditions which, to the uninitiated, may initially appear overly preoccupied with the lining of sheep stomach and the various gastronomic utilities of blood. Admittedly, the names of the dishes don’t sound too promising either, but the Scots certainly do deliver on flavor. There’s a beguiling array of comfort foods to be discovered, perfect for gobbling up when curled in front of a fire, whisky in hand. These are the traditional Scottish foods you need to try.