Platefuls of the nation's staple dish were scoffed in record time as a hungry handful of competitors took part in a fun day celebrating all that is special about Scotland.
The north's only festival dedicated to haggis took place in Spean Bridge yesterday, with locals and visitors attending to discover the extensive history and traditions of the versatile dish.
Haggis-flavoured ice cream from a Moray ice cream parlour described as "better than sex" left MPs in stitches after it was raised in the House of Commons.
An experimental Speyside ice-cream shop has launched its own twist on a Scottish delicacy to celebrate Burns Night.
Haggis-flavoured ice cream? It’s certainly unusual but the way this 84-year-old Moray man describes it will catch you off-guard
Ice cream and haggis is a difficult combination to blend but a Moray ice cream parlour hit the jackpot after one of its customers described their attempt as "better than sex".
Bakers in the north and north-east been declared among the best purveyors of savoury snacks in all of Scotland.
An Inverurie butcher has kicked off the year with a duo of glittering honours in the latest round of national industry awards.
Viking hordes, wielding axes and shields, marched into Moray ready for battle, and conquered all comers in a haggis-eating contest at the weekend.
A Lochaber village has cooked up a storm for the third consecutive year to celebrate the delights of Scotland's national dish.
To celebrate Burns Night on January 25, Crabbie's Alcoholic Ginger Beer has teamed up with Great British Menu chef Jacqueline O' Donnell to create a superb three course meal for the big day.
On Wednesday, November 30, Scots across the world will raise a glass to their patron saint, St Andrew. Closer to home, a number of organised events are also taking place in and around St Andrew’s Day.
This brilliant video showing a Moray butcher teaching the finer points of how to hunt haggis has gone viral.
The United States could lift a decades-long import ban on haggis, The Press and Journal has learned.
A Scots MEP has invited America's ambassador to the European Parliament to "feast upon the haggis" - and persuade the US government to end its ban on imports of the delicacy.
Organisers of a Moray whisky festival are aiming to find out which dram best compliments Scotland's national dish next month.
A Lochaber tourism group is planning a haggis festival that is believed to be the first of its kind in Scotland.
The finest of Rabbie Burns' beasts will be celebrated in a procession led by scores of dancing haggis in Inverness.
Haggis makers are hoping to return the Scottish delicacy to US tables by overturning a 43-year US import ban.