It's Burns Night next week, the day we celebrate our national bard Robert Burns (a.k.a. Rabbie Burns) here in Scotland. The traditional way to celebrate is with a Burns Supper of haggis, neeps & tatties (or turnips & potatoes, for
With Burns Night just around the corner - the day that Scotland celebrates its national bard, Robert Burns (a.k.a. Rabbie Burns) - I thought it would be fun to put together an activity pack for the kids with some themed
Burns Night is coming up this weekend, the day that Scotland celebrates its national bard. Many folk gather with the family and friends for a traditional Burns Night Supper - haggis, neeps & tatties, accompanied by various speeches and poetry
Happy Burns Night! Today's the day Scotland celebrates its national bard, and to mark the occasion I've put together a video with our favourite Scottish picture book recommendations!
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Burns Night is coming up this week, an annual beacon of light in the January gloom, when we take the opportunity to celebrate Scotland’s National Bard - a.k.a. an excuse to have a big, fancy, haggis slap up meal! Actually,
So, it's Burns Night tomorrow! As true Scottish expats, we'll of course be celebrating here in Berlin. And besides haggis, neeps and tatties, there's one dish that will be an absolute 'must' on the menu - Cranachan! A dream of whipped mounds