English expats miss fish and chips the most while Welsh can’t do without rarebit


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Scottish expats miss haggis the most, according to the research. The controversial meal contains sheep’s heart, liver and lungs minced with onion, oatmeal and suet.

Due to its unique nature, it’s very hard to buy haggis outside of Scotland although it might be served at a Burns Night celebration in an area with a lot of expats.

Haggis is Scotland’s national dish and is traditionally served with ‘neeps’ and ‘tatties’ and a glass of whiskey.

Although the ingredients are available outside Scotland, some Scottish expats choose to ship it from their homeland.


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