I was born and raised in Louisiana. In the Southern part of the state, there exists a delicacy known as boudin. It resembles a sausage but consists mainly of meat, liver, and rice. Boudin is often seasoned with green onion and cayenne pepper. It's traditionally encased in an intestine or a sausage casing. I've eaten it all my life but I've never once eaten haggis. From what I've read on the subject, haggis is organ meat and barley encased in a sheep's stomach. Can anyone who has eaten both chime in and explain the difference/similarity of the two?