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A Contemporary Burns Supper

QMS (Quality Meat Scotland) asked me to come up with a contemporary Burns Supper using Scotch Beef  (it’s PGI certifies provenance, quality and traceability). Always one to pick up a meat-related challenge, I was more than happy to oblige. After a trip to the super-helpful Saunderson’s Butchers in Bruntsfield, I settled on a hearty piece […]

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Burns Supper at The Printing Press

You’ll probably not be surprised to hear that I got myself a whole heap of Burns Suppers (inadvertently) arranged this year – four in total, two of them on the same day – the 25th January, the traditional day for celebrating Scotland’s National Bard Robert “Rabbie’ Burns. Thankfully however, as guests of The Printing Press […]

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Culinary & Celebratory tips to host the perfect Burns Night

 His prose and lyrics are revered and recounted around the world.  And today Macdonald Hotels & Resorts has paid homage to Robert ‘Rabbie’ Burnsby joining Robert Burns Birthplace Museum to offer top culinary and celebratory tips to all who plan to toast the life and works of ‘Scotland’s Bard’ on Burns Night (25 January). Ruaridh […]

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A selection of Burns Suppers in Edinburgh – Friday 25th January

 “Fair fa’ your honest, sonsie face, Great Chieftan o’ the Puddin-race! …” If you’re looking for somewhere to go for a Burns Supper this year, here’s a selection of what’s on offer at a variety of venues in the Capital, from the traditional haggis, neeps & tatties to something a little alternative – something for […]

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