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What is Burns Night?

On January 25, Scots all over the world celebrate Robert "Rabbie" Burns, Scotland's most famous poet, who died in 1802. The festivities include bagpiping, a reading of Burns' famous "Address to a Haggis," and dinner. Here's how to hold your own Burns Night, including recipes for delicacies like cullen skink, cranachan, and the famous haggis, neeps and tatties. Plus, innovative ways to serve your haggis, such as in a shepherd's pie or on a pizza.

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