Haggis

As people in Scotland and around the world get ready to celebrate Burns Night, we take a look at the man behind the much-loved tradition and explain what goes down at the all important supper.
After hours of experimentation with different ingredients and techniques I think I have finally found the perfect recipe which encompasses the true Scottish feel in a glass - this is my Haggis Manhattan!
A Conservative member of the House of Lords has encouraged the United States to lift its ban on haggis imports in order to
Sometimes it's the little things. As a regular and often weary traveller, what I really don't want to do when I get into a hotel room is go crawling around on the floor, reaching behind desks and following lamp cables behind chairs... all to try to find a spare electrical socket to plug in a charger. And often there isn't a spare socket unless you unplug the mini-fridge or one of the lamps fi
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This Saturday is Burns Night, an annual festival that celebrates the life and works of Scottish poet and lyricist Robert Burns. It has a strong association with whisky.
Why am I writing about Haggis nearly two months before Burns Night? Well firstly, because St Andrews Day falls this weekend, and secondly, because Macsween of Edinburgh want to change the way we eat haggis.
Happy Birthday Robert Burns! Yes it’s that time of year where we toast Scotland’s national poet with whisky, dancing and