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Haggis chips just like mom made

Introduced at a New York food fair — and planned for U.S. distribution later this year — Great Scot International’s potato-like chips in the “flavor” of Scotland’s “national delicacy.”
Yes — haggis chips!
How
could you
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down?
Burger King U.K.’s Christmas-season special this year (available briefly in December): a regular Whopper, garnished with a generous helping of brussels sprouts.
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