There's just not much call for haggis anymore, Al Stewart told me on a recent visit, at least not 'round here.
The owner of this specialty store for Scottish, Irish, and English chow told me they still turn out pasties, bridies, and meat pies on a regular basis; sausages, somewhat less often; haggis, only occasionally. (One such occasion is before Robert Burns's birthday, on January 25.) But even plucked from the freezer, sliced haggis ($10.99 per pound)— ground lamb with beef liver and kidney, oatmeal, plus onion and other seasonings, stuffed by Stewart's in a natural casing — fries up nicely for brekkie. If that's not how you'd like to start your day, well, a palm-sized meat pie ($1.75) should do nicely, too.
Stewart's of Kearny
212 Kearny Ave., Kearny, New Jersey