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Monday, January 30, 2012

SPOTTED: Haggis and other Scottish crisps at Fresh Market

Everyone has their vacation rituals.  Some people like to try the local beer or spirit.  Others try the local sport.  Me, my way of getting to know the locals is trying their local chips (or crisps, depending where you are).  From jamon serrano flavor in Spain to aged chevre in France, it's a fun way to pick up local tastes.

And now those tastes are now being exported.  Spotted at The Fresh Market are crisps (not chips mind you) with typical Scottish flavor profiles.  Those flavors: haggis, angus beef and mature cheddar.  Yes, haggis crisps have hit our shores, just in time for your Superbowl party.  And what could go better with guacamole than a chip that tastes like beef?  It'd be like a taco sans tortilla and mess. 

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