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To haggis, or not to haggis

Piper Kevin MacDonald (left) plays the bagpipes as the small procession enters the dining room at Berwick on the Park on Wednesday (Jan. 23) night before dinner. Highland dancer Brittany Wojak dances the fling as swordsmen Pat Turner and Laurie Harder stand on guard over the haggis. MacDonald displays the coveted haggis as he recounts Robert Burns
Piper Kevin MacDonald (left) plays the bagpipes as the small procession enters the dining room at Berwick on the Park on Wednesday (Jan. 23) night before dinner. Highland dancer Brittany Wojak dances the fling as swordsmen Pat Turner and Laurie Harder stand on guard over the haggis. MacDonald displays the coveted haggis as he recounts Robert Burns' poem, The Address to the Haggis, in a perfect old Scots' dialect.
— image credit: Dave Eagles/KTW
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