Haggis and Chutney Burger

A recipe – Hagws of a schepe – in the English Harleian manuscript of 1430, establishes its early English credentials. But in the mid 1700s Good Scots Haggies appear in English and Scottish cookery books. Its place in Scotland’s culinary heritage, however, is due to Robert Burns’ Address to a Haggis (1786).

About Catherine Brown

Catherine Brown is a food writer, author, teacher and Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries (Scot.). Noted for her food columns in The Herald (Glasgow) for over two decades, she was also a presenter, with Derek Cooper, of Scotland’s Larder. She can be visited at www.catherinebrownfoodwriter.com.

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