My First Adventure With Haggis

Haggis is a traditional food of Scotland, originally it was made inside the stomach of a sheep, but most butchers have moved from that to just using sausage skin, its ingredients include lamb and beef, with oats and spices, i had always wanted to try it, but didn’t quite muster up the courage and even when i was in Edinburgh i chickened out ok buying it at the restaurant we went too, so i brought some home with me, here it is, before and after cooking:
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I had the Haggis with Mashed Potato, Turnip, Onions/Mushrooms/Chives(fried in butter and a little olive oil) and Gravy, for someone who was afraid of trying Haggis, i thoroughly enjoyed it, though its 3AM and the cramps from eating it eight hours ago, is keeping me awake, not sure if it was the butter or the spice in the Haggis, but regardless, i enjoyed it and would eat it again.