Burns Night, celebrated every year on the 25th of January, is a celebration of our national poet, Robert Burns.
Known for works such as Tam o' Shanter, A Red, Red Rose, and most famously Auld Lang Syne, he was recently voted 'the Greatest Scot' of all time and even has a crater on Mercury named after him!
We celebrate his life and works with a Burns Supper on the date of his birth.
This can range from big formal events to a cosy night in with friends, but it's always based around the same thing - haggis.
Traditionally served with neeps (turnips) and tatties (potatoes), and washed down with a dram of whisky. It's richly spiced and packed full of flavour. It makes a delicious meal on a cold winter's night.