Sunday night is Burns Night and that means that north of the border the dish of the day is likely to be that most iconic of Scottish foods, haggis.
The dish is now so popular that it is evolving from its original form into an ever-growing mini industry of widely different foods.
Scotland’s most famous food – the haggis
So as well as the traditional haggis meat dish there are now haggis ready meals, tinned haggis, haggis pizza, haggis pakora, haggis flavoured crisps, haggis truffles and vegetarian haggis.
Ugh – do I loathe January.
The glorious ‘to hell with sensible eating’ days are over and the fitness regime and low fat calorie diet begins yet again. At least for a few weeks!
This week whilst out foraging for healthy fodder on the orders of my personal dietician – otherwise known as Mrs Baess/the other half – I found out about some new ultra low calorie yoghurts containing vegetables as well as fruit.
The 4 pack contains both mango & carrot and beetroot and raspberry flavours