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  1. soniacyprus says:

    Intriguing! Hope you have a good trip.

    1. katelaity says:

      Alas, it was just a return to NY for work, so counting the days until I am back in Scotland.

      1. soniacyprus says:

        Hope it passes soon…

  2. realthog says:

    A last bit of black pudding before enforced isolation from this great foodstuff?

    1. katelaity says:

      But it is unnaturally squarish! That’s so WRONG!

      1. realthog says:

        I was puzzled by that, too. On the other hand, my yearning for the stuff has grown so intense since reading the recent reports of it as a superfood that I’d happily scarf it if it were shaped like Kermit the Frog.

        1. katelaity says:

          LOL, I’ll bring one back for you next time. They actually sell it in the tourist shop in the airport, next to the haggis.

        2. realthog says:

          We’re hoping to be across there this spring. Which airport was it they had it on sale? Glasgow?

          Also, I thought it was illegal to bring it into this country?

        3. katelaity says:

          They have it at both Glasgow and Edinburgh. I think they finally repealed that or there’s some workaround. Like the tulips in Amsterdam. You can get the ones with US stickers but not the others.

  3. bratkovski says:

    As long as you start with the Guinness everything is fine! 🙂

    1. katelaity says:

      Guinness is always a winner!

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