Some of you may remember my soup review from last year sometime in which I tucked into a tin of haggis soup. Well it was inevitable that sooner or later the crisp people would have a go at it (that's chips to our friends across the pond). I first spotted a packet on a train food trolly but the trolly lady was only prepared to sell me them if I bought them as part of a meal deal along with a sandwich - she didn't have any sandwiches so they were effectively decoration. I spotted some in the supermarket but they only came in one ton bags and as it's impossible to eat half a bag of crisps, no matter what size, I employed a little prudence (not one of my common traits). So three cheers to the local Kirkcudbright deli who amidst the home made jams, local cheeses and expensive continental biscuits, stock haggis crisps. Well, Haggis and cracked black pepper to be precise.
And how were they? None too bad I suppose. Generally savoury, and is you concentrate carefully you can just pick up a little haggissyness going "Yoo Hoo over here ...... no over here". Better they were called Haggisish and cracked black pepper. Back to prawn cocktail for me.
Look how pink our local deli wall is!