Diced sheep organs might be an acquired taste, but one of Scotland's culinary treasures may soon find its way into the United States for the first time in decades.
The U.K. government looks to overturn an American import ban on traditional Scottish haggis, which has been in place since 1971, the BBC reported. U.K. Environment Secretary Owen Paterson was expected to take up the cause when he met with U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack on Monday, the BBC wrote.
The dish's traditional form, a Scottish staple, consists of a sheep's stomach usually stuffed with diced sheep's liver, lungs and heart. The USDA prohibits sheep's lungs in food products, the BBC said.