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For this national dish that part of the animal called the "spiering" is used, which is cut from near the neck.
"All the folk in Edinburgh will be coming, and the poor woman be deaved with their spiering."
"I'm spiering the same question myself," answered the Shepherd.
The most successful of these was the product of last-minute googling: I had bought a lump of pork labelled "spiering/spiringue" and was trying to work out what the heck it was - turns out that in most parts of America it is known as "Boston butt end", though this side of the Atlantic I think you can just refer to it as the pig's neck - and came up with this recipe, fortunately more than six hours before dinner time:
"And what is my tall girlie doing, spiering from windows this time of night?
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