Haggis toasties: not your usual street food

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Haggis toasties: not your usual street food

Burns Night celebrations are taking place across the capital this weekend. The event is a Scottish tradition which remembers the life and work of the famous Scottish poet Robert Burns.

Usually, there's a lot of haggis and whiskey is consumed on the night - and while it would have been irresponsible to send a reporter out to work his way through Scotch, London Live decided to send Luke Blackall into an icy evening to try some haggis. 

He visited Deeney's Burns night event in East London to try some rather unusual street food, in the form of a haggis toastie, which he said was so good it could repair the fractious relations between England and Scotland. 


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