Paul and Nick visit Pollok Williamson and make haggis in their Big Food Trip.
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"The Bitterness of Poor Quality remains long after the Sweetness of Low Prices is Forgotten"
Pollok Williamson has a reputation as one of the finest quality butchers in the Ayrshire area. Mr. Stewart Duguid and his wife May took over the Pollok Williamson butchers business in 1978. Since then the business has expanded into a number of retail outlets and has become a well known name with shops in Ayr and Kilmarnock.
We are one of the few butchers who specialize in the dry aging of steaks which matures the beef into a much finer quality product. Our personal service means that we know the preferences of many of our individual customers, allowing us to prepare the meat just the way you like it. We also pride ourselves on our own recipe manufactured products all made to very high standard.
The Haggis has been the object of much good natured fun over the years. Immortalised by Robert Burns, the haggis is now accepted as a nutritional and wholesome food by a world which has long debated whether or not it can fly, crawl or swim!
A good haggis makes a fine meal and tonight we will enjoy the best available. Made by the famous Ayr butcher, Pollok Williamson, we will rise after Dinner convinced that the Haggis is indeed "chieftain o' the puddin' race!"
"Old Fashioned Butcher with modern Methods"