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Wimpiest haggis New York 2004 - ST. ANDREWS

The Scottish dish of sheep stomach stuffed with organ meats strikes terror into the hearts of timid diners. Luckily, the version at Manhattan's premier gastropub—ST. ANDREWS, where nearly everyone seems to be wearing plaid—has been deconstructed into its component potatoes, mashed turnips, and tiny cubes of liver, heart, and steak. Nevertheless, it's irresistible.
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