Tonight we're having an early St Andrew's Day (tomorrow) celebration meal, with haggis, neeps and tattles.
For the haggis we always favour Macsween's, and tonight the pair of us are going to be eating the 2-3 person version. It can be cooked in the microwave, but I find that can be uneven/unreliable. So even though it takes yonks I prefer to wrap the haggis in foil, and cook it in the oven in a water bath for 75 minutes.
Strictly speaking for the neeps we should be eating swedes which are not the same as general turnips. But for convenience we've got microwave veg, and it looks like it's normal turnips. Plus mashed potato (tatties).
Haggis is often served with whisky sauce, but we're not doing that this time. I may have some whisky though ...
What goes into whisky sauce? Being from the far coast of the US originally, I'm not too familiar. Is it just whisky and some other base?