Haggis and Chow Mein Collide at Seattle's Gung Haggis Fat Choy
The annual dinner celebrates Chinese New Year and Burns Night, both of which tend to fall around the same time.
C. E. Bick
Making a Vegan Haggis Is as Hard as It Sounds
The traditional Scottish dish might involve sheep’s innards and suet, but Edinburgh chef Nives Arosio swears her lentil-based version is just as good.
‘Reggae Burns’ Night Is the Caribbean Way to Celebrate Scotland’s National Poet
Brian Austin, Tobago-born owner of The Rum Shack in Glasgow, pipes in a plantain-covered haggis for his Caribbean-inspired Burns Night dinner.
Penis-Shaped Meringues and Squid Ink Flatbread Make the Perfect Burns Night Dinner
Last night, Jeremy Lee of Quo Vadis and Black Axe Mangal chef Lee Tiernan honoured Scotland’s most famous poet with an unconventional feast.
Robert Burns Was a Secret Cheesemaker
Robert Burns, the great Scotsman who revolutionised Romantic poetry and whose memory we celebrate on Burns Night, had a sideline in cheesemaking on a farm near Dumfries.
Why Everything You Know About Scottish Food Might Be a Myth
From the whisky sold in foreign liquor stores to tartan-boxed shortbread clutched by Edinburgh tourists, we’re told that Scotland’s food is rooted in history. But many traditional dishes aren’t as “Scottish” as we might think.
MUNCHIES Guide to Scotland - Episode 5
Charlet ends her Scottish food odyssey in Aberdeen, where a group of oil rig workers take her out and get her smashed on jelly shots the night before heading to the Highland Games for haggis throwing, Aberdeen Angus burgers, cullen skink and highland...
MUNCHIES Guide to Scotland - Episode 1
Welcome to Scotland! Join us on a waist-expanding journey of Irn-Bru pulled pork, Buckfast ice cream, square sausages, 3000 calorie Munchy Boxes, and dumplings made with granny's knickers.
How to Make Haggis
Hearts, livers, lungs, kidneys, tongues, blood and blueberries.
The Technology Issue
Hoots Mon! It's Haggis Time!
Och aye, Jimmeh! Is there anything more satisfying in life than a wee dram and a haggis after a hard day's kilt-wearing and Sassenach-hating?