We’ll be giving you lots of ideas for non-traditional recipe ideas for your own Burns Supper between now and the 25th – but what better way to celebrate Burns Night than to make your own Great Chieftain o’ the Puddin Race?
Here’s our Haggis recipe …
If you don’t fancy making your own, here’s a list of ones you might like to get along to.
The Soil Association Scotland are having an Organic Burns Night at the Scottish Cafe 6-11 on 23 January with Alex Renton and newly appointed Chair of Soil Association Council, Dennis Overton. They say:
“Join us for an organic Burns Supper using the best Scottish local and seasonal produce. Tickets must be purchased in advance and are £30 (Soil Association members, £25). Please contact Erika. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel: 0131 666 2474 for a booking form.”
Also on the 23rd Classrooms for Malawi Burns Supper at the Glad Cafe, Shawlands Glasgow: “Music, poetry and of course whisky at this three-course dinner fundraiser for Classrooms for Malawi. Veggie options available.” £25 a head – More details from email@example.com
or via www.thegladcafe.co.uk
Cornerstone and Help for Kids Burns Supper are also having their Burns Supper on the 23rd – at Invercarse Hotel, Dundee. £50 a head. Telephone: 01224 25600 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
A traditional entertainment for a good old fashioned Burns Supper, raising funds for Cornerstone and Help For Kids.
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