Scottish nightmare food imports still banned in US

The BBC reports on how Americans with Scottish ancestry contrive haggis, a banned delicacy containing mashed sheep's lung, liver and heart, suet, oatmeal, etc., all boiled in a stomach: "There's always a certain level of trepidation because haggis has a reputation as not necessarily the tastiest of morsels. The US isn't known for eating all parts of the animal." Read the rest