Yes, the Haggis was delicious. You may not want to click on that last link if you are of faint heart... or squeamish in any way. For, although the Haggis is a dish full of flavour and completely gorgeous to eat, its contents are not those which would fill you with desire or cause the saliva glands to dribble. Probably best to just enjoy without knowing the full extent of the recipe.
I wrapped my Haggis in tin foil, then covered with water and simmered for 45 minutes. Meanwhile I peeled and chopped potatoes and swede and steamed them until soft. The vegetables were then mashed with plenty of butter and black pepper. The Haggis could now be removed from the pan, unwrapped and sliced open. The insides were then scooped out and served with the tatties, swede ( or neeps as the Scottish say ).
All rather lovely... shovelled down with a glass of red wine and Die Hard 4 on the telly.
Personally I would have plumped for Tess of the D'Urbervilles, but my Man was home so Bruce Willis won the day. Again.
Anyway... you ought to try the Haggis... its yummy !!