It's nearly Burns Night, a traditional, annual celebration of the life and work of Robert (Rabbie) Burns. On the 25th of January each year, Burns Night is celebrated with a Burns Supper.
How good does that look! Haggis, neeps and tatties is the traditional Burns Night supper, although can be adapted to suit vegetarians and vegans as @VisitScotlandAmanda
will gladly share with you. The meal is usually accompanied with a good dram, or two, or three with fine Scottish whisky; how could you decline?
The haggis is traditionally piped into the room, followed by an addressing and then finally getting to eat it! I love Burns Night because I hardly eat haggis throughout the year, so it's a nice treat for me!
The night is usually capped off with the recital of Burns poetry and songs, having a good drink and enjoying yourself!
Whats your Burns tradition? Will you be trying something new this year?