The Mothership - 2016-04-30 No different really from haggis, but still amazing. Bonus stars for lung inflation.
memedumpster - 2016-04-30 This really makes me want to watch the Critters movies again.
baleen - 2016-04-30 is this like the first time you kids have come across this funny named food?
gravelstudios - 2016-04-30 So at what point are we going to start calling this 'faggot week'?
Nominal - 2016-04-30 Traditional Scottish cuisine seems like it was a long term attempt to drive the English away.
baleen - 2016-04-30 A lot of it was introduced to the Scottish by the Romans (like haggis), the Scots just missed out on the Gallicization of Britain in the same way that other segregated/oppressed populations don't catch on to the newest fads and end up elevating dishes to symbols of national character, i.e. African Americans adoration of collard greens and black eyed peas and such like.
cognitivedissonance - 2016-04-30 I'd love to make these. I want to eat these. I love old timey cuisine and charcuterie. Right now, I'm pressing a shooter's sandwich. I love this kind of stuff.
Stopheles - 2016-05-01 I know where you liiivuh...
SolRo - 2016-05-03 Sorry. For me, this is just; "How to ruin two pounds of pork belly to make two pounds of pig innards palpable."