Rustic meal of haggis, neeps and tatties served with a tumbler of whisky to celebrate Robert Burns Supper in a high angle view


Celebrating Burns Night with Culinary Class

16 January 2018

Fast approaching the end of January can only mean one thing for our Scottish friends and family… Burns Night!

Every January 25th, Scotland and Scots all over the world celebrate the life of Robert Burns. Born in Ayrshire, he is Scotland’s national poet. Read The Ultimate Guide to Burns Night to find out about his life, his poetry, the famous Burns supper – and how to hold a Burns supper of your own.

Culinary Inspiration for Burns Night

We’ve scoured the internet and would like to share with you the culinary masterclass we’ll be trying our hand at!
With so many variations and modern updates of the traditional haggis, neeps and tatties, the quest for creating the best Burns supper is getting competitive. Our Scottish kitchen showrooms in Dumbarton, East Kilbride, Falkirk, Kirkcaldy and Glasgow are ready to celebrate. We’re hoping our friends and family South of the border will give it a go too. This celebration is a great opportunity for getting together family and friends, so get your haggis, neeps and tatties on the go and join us in raising a glass to toast the life of one of Scotland’s favourite sons!