Historian Says Haggis 'Invented' In England
A LEADING food historian has risked the wrath of Scots worldwide by suggesting that the Haggis is, in fact not Scottish, but was "invented" in England and hijacked by Scottish nationalists.
Catherine Brown has discovered references to the dish in a recipe book dated 1615, The English Hus-wife by Gervase Markham.
This was published at least 171 years…
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