Celebrating the life and poetry of Scotland's National poet.

 

Every year on the 25th January the celebration of the famous Scottish poet Robert Burns takes place. Burns night is traditionally celebrated with friends and family over a ‘Burns Supper’ featuring Scottish delicacies including the haggis. 
 
Traditional haggis is simply lamb, beet, oats, onions and spices. It has no artificial colours, flavourings or preservatives. While vegetarian haggis is a combination of fresh vegetables, mushrooms, pulses, oats, onions and seeds. 
 
If you are celebrating Burns night this year, make sure to visit the shop where you will find all the ingredients you need including the high quality Macsween Traditional Haggis and Vegetarian Haggis. We also have Neeps, Tatties and Homemade oatcakes as well as a selection of cheeses. 

 

For classic Burns Night menu ideas take a look at the BBC Good Food page Burns Night recipes - BBC Food  where you will find recipes for Cullen skink, Haggis, neeps and tatties and Raspberry cranachan trifle.

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