Happy Birthday Robbie Burns!!
Here’s a simple 3 course Burns Night Menu for anyone who wants to give it a go. Auld Lang Syne
On 25th January, we celebrate the life of Robbie Burns. Many of us have often gone to organised Robbie Burns Nights where the festivities begin with The Selkirk Grace followed by a procession of pipes, tributes and toasts paid to the haggis before a dinner of ‘haggis, neeps and tatties’ followed by speeches; The Immortal Memory and a Toast to the Lassies with a reply to the Laddies.
Generally there is also much revelling in between and a bit more than a wee dram of whiskey (always scotch) must be consumed.
Finally the evening is called to a close by everyone being asked to stand, hold hands and sing Auld Lang Syne.
However, for those of you that want to give this a go at home, without the traditional order of ceremony only need follow my recipe ideas below for a fuss free feast of an evening. All recipes…
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