The 25th of January hails a celebration of the utmost importance for Scotsmen—the birthday of Scottish most famous poet Robert Burns. Traditional elements of the so-called Burns Supper are held all over the country and at every food establishment and by each household is the famed national meal made of sheep's insides called Haggis. It is an obligatory meal during Burns Night, for it was so loved by Burns that he devoted a poem to Haggis. It is served along with neeps and tatties, in other words—turnips and potatoes. The nourishing festive meal is accompanied with poetry reading as well as singing and a few drinks.
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