Scots around the world celebrate the country’s national bard today. Celebrations include a feast of soup (cock-a-leekie – fancy name for chicken and leek), haggis, mashed potatoes, turnips and trifle. Of course most is washed down with Scotland’s national drink – whisky!
For those who take part in The Scotsman’s annual Haggis Hunt, the season ends today (sniff…)
Today, I’m celebrating Robbie Burns Day with Scottish author, Ali Bacon, over at her blog.
It promises to be great fun so drop over and celebrate with us.
#burnsnight with @alibacon and @RobertsoKing http://ow.ly/h7B5Y Traditional Burns celebration in the virtual world. Haste ye back!
Traditional Burns celebration in the virtual world with @alibacon & @RobertsoKing http://ow.ly/h7B5Y Haste ye back! #burnsnight #lahe
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Thanks Nicky! Do try some virtual haggis before you leave.
Happy Burns Day Melanie !! Enjoy !!
Hope you had a good celebration Melanie! Was out celebrating myself…!
Thanks for dropping by, Grace and Linn. I must admit my celebration here was subdued compared to the bash that Ali through for me.