Cranachan is a very traditional Scottish dessert for Burns supper, which is a layered dessert with whipped cream, raspberries and oats. It is never easy to find raspberries at the end of January, (Burns Supper – 25th […]
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Burns Night is one of those events that has various forms of tradition, although it is thought that only a ‘true’ Scot should hold such an event, this is simply not true and as long as you buy […]
Burns Night is on January 25th and if you are celebrating the night with a traditional meal of Haggis, then there should be whisky somewhere on your table. If you’re a fan then you already know that whisky is as complex, enduring and aromatic as the […]
The classic music to set-up your Burns Supper is of course Bagpipes, if you are lucky enough to have a piper on hand to play all evening for you, then enjoy the full event. But most of us don’t have that luxury, so we need […]
This is a wonderful recipe for any cold day, but of course it is a classic dish to be served for Burn Supper or St Andrews Day. There are various recipes out there for this soup, and the tradition is to serve it with prunes, […]