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In case you hadn’t noticed, this week people across the world are marking Burns Night – the annual celebration of the life and work of Scottish poet Robert Burn. If you’re wondering what you could serve up for a Burns Night meal, here are a few ideas.
The 25th of January is when Scots celebrate the national poet, Robbie Burns. The traditional supper usually consists of haggis, neeps and tatties, perhaps with some clootie dumpling or raspberry cranachan afterwards. And don't forget the2-min read
Senior aides to Barack Obama will be urged to let traditional Scottish haggis back into the US by ending a decades-old import ban. The consumption of sheep lung, a key ingredient of haggis alongside heart and liver, has been banned in the US
Stock photo, PA. A papier maché haggis dressed in a pink kilt caused a security meltdown at a railway station in Scotland this week. The student art project was put on a train on its own at Kirkcaldy in Fife, from where it travelled1-min read