Haggis

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The Solita Bar & Grill in Manchester, England, is celebrating Andy Murray's triumph at Wimbledon with a Scottish-themed burger called The Murray. It wouldn't be Scottish without a bit of deep-fried haggis, but there's more of course.
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A twenty-one year old ban against importing haggis to the United States will soon be lifted. In preparation for this, here
Smuggled and bootlegged, it has been the cause of transatlantic tensions for more than two decades. But after 21 years in