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14 May Address to a Haggis by Robert Burns, in full
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What is the history of an Address to a Haggis? The address was written in 1786, shortly after the poet arrived in Edinburgh. Two stories are associate..
14 May Celebrate Burns Night in style with Macsween Haggis!
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When hosting a formal Burns Supper, it's essential to feature the star of the evening—the ceremonial haggis. Macsween Chieftain Haggis is crafted to p..
14 May How To Host a Traditional Burns Supper
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Traditional Burns Supper Menu1. Starter   - Scottish Broth or Cock-a-Leekie Soup: A hearty soup made with lamb or chicken broth, barley, vegetables, a..
01 May Auld Lang Syne
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Who wrote Auld Lang Syne? "Auld Lang Syne" was penned by Robert Burns in 1788 as part of his effort to preserve Scottish language and culture after th..
24 Jun MacLeod and MacLeod ‘Original’ Stornoway Black Pudding
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Stornoway Black Pudding  The Award-Winning Stornoway Black Pudding 1.3kg "MacLeod and MacLeod ‘Original’ Stornoway Black Pudding maintains the subtle ..
23 Jun The Perfect Trio of Desserts for Burns Night Celebrations
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Burns Night celebrated on the 25th of January, is a cherished Scottish tradition honoring the life and poetry of Scotland's national bard, Robert Burn..
21 Jun Exploring the Rich Heritage of Scottish Cheese
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Exploring the Rich Heritage of Scottish Cheese: A Gastronomic Adventure Introduction Scotland, a land renowned for its breathtaking landscapes and vib..
25 Jan What is Macsweens Haggis
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MacSween haggis is a traditional Scottish dish made from a mix of minced sheep offal, oatmeal, onions and spices. It is eaten throughout the year howe..
10 Jan How To Celebrate a Burns Supper
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How Did the Burns Supper Start? The first Burns Supper was held in 1801 in Burns Cottage, Alloway, which you can visit at Robert Burns Birthplace Muse..
05 Jan Who Was Robert Burns
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In the realm of literature, few names resonate as deeply with Scottish pride and poetic genius as that of Robert Burns. Born on January 25, 1759, in A..
28 Dec Organising a Spectacular Scottish Ceilidh for Your Burns Supper: A Complete Guide to Planning and Song Selection
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Introduction:Scotland's rich cultural heritage is celebrated worldwide, and there's no better way to pay homage to the country's beloved poet, Robert ..
24 Dec The Selkirk Grace
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The grace goes:Some hae meat an canna eat,And some wad eat that want it;But we hae meat, and we can eat,And sae the Lord be thankit.The modern English..
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