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Old 11-13-2012, 01:42 PM   #1
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Want to make "Brave" dinner

Whenever we watch a movie or go to a play I make a special meal for the kids that goes with the theme. I bought Brave and we are doing a movie/ dinner night. I've never seen the movie and need ideas for food to make for dinner. Thanks!

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Old 11-13-2012, 01:43 PM   #2
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Haggis!


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I think that was a joke - it's sheeps innards stuffed in a sheep's stomach. Scottish delicacy, but not really something you can make at home.

Scottish food is pretty basic, they're meat and root veggies eaters largely. Shortbread cookies would be festive.
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I think that was a joke - it's sheeps innards stuffed in a sheep's stomach. Scottish delicacy, but not really something you can make at home.

Scottish food is pretty basic, they're meat and root veggies eaters largely. Shortbread cookies would be festive.
Lmbo!!! It totally had to be and I missed! I googled it and almost lost my lunch!

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I would probably do Scotch Broth and Oatcakes.
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Bear claws for dessert!

You could go the salmon route for dinner (since the bear eats salmon)
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Re: Want to make "Brave" dinner

Actually haggis is really good. I had it when I was there. It's really mostly spiced oatmeal cooked in the stomach. I think you can buy it canned. You could make some short-bread cookies. Maybe make a root vegetable and beef stew for dinner?
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Pot pies are somewhat based on the Scotch Pie, so that's an easy connection.

ETA: or Mince and Tatties. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mince_and_tatties
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