Neil (nt) wrote,

Robbie Burns' Day

Just back from dinner. I had haggis and 10-year-old Scotch. Can't remember if I've ever had haggis before, thought I've probably at least sampled it (I was raised Presbyterian and they celebrated it every year), but it was quite good! L had cherry pie for dessert. I didn't order any because it didn't really seem to fit in with the Scottish theme. I had the waitress bring a second fork, though, because that seemed Scottish!

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