16th August 08, 01:54 AM
Haggis in Colorado?
So after having attended the Rocky Mountain Highland Games and getting my free serving of haggis (I'd only ever had it once before), I remembered how much I like it. While I enjoy cooking, I really don't feel like making my own. So does anyone in Colorado know either a) where I can buy canned haggis (I know Thistle and Shamrock sells it, but does anyone else?) and b) are there any restaurants/pubs in the greater Denver Metro area that serve it? I'm thinking of checking out Cost Plus in Cherry Creek, since they carry a bunch of imported and ethnic foods (mmmm, Violet Crumble!)
16th August 08, 04:27 AM
You might try Celtic Croft. Their web site is www.kiltsnstuff.com.
16th August 08, 06:49 AM
Try ordering on-line from caledoniankitchen.com
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16th August 08, 07:12 AM
their whisky cakes are good too, if pricy
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16th August 08, 09:12 AM
Cat, you're best bet would be on line as the others have said. Both of the celtic shops here in the Springs also have canned haggis but you'd spend more on gas getting here and back than the shipping would be on line.
16th August 08, 12:26 PM
If you want a real haggis try www.oatmealsavage.com.
18th August 08, 03:35 AM
Thanks guys, but I'm looking for local places that I can get haggis. I know I can order the Caledonian Kitchen stuff (that's what Thistle & Shamrock sells), but I'm trying to find a place in the general area that sells or serves it.
Livingston....I don't know, with gas prices these days, it might cost me about the same price to drive down to the Springs!
Nah, Thistle and Shamrock sells the Caledonian Kitchen haggis (which is pretty good from what I remember)...they're located in the Tech Center, but I was just trying to see if there was a closer location that I could buy it from (I hate ordering stuff online.) I know I can order it online, but it would be much more convenient if I could either buy it locally or go to a restaurant and order it.
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