Scotland's most famous dish is about to take centre stage again during the traditional Burns Supper on 25th January, when Robert Burns, the nation's great poet is remembered and celebrated. An evening of poetry, whisky and "addressing the Haggis" , often accompanied by bagpipes, are integral part of this fantastic annualy returning event.
Address to a Haggis ( Robert Burns )
This poem was written by Burns to celebrate his appreciation of the Haggis. As a result Burns and Haggis have been forever linked.
Haggis simply is a great dish, appearing on many menus across Scotland and served all year round, often as "haggis, neeps and tatties" (haggis, turnip and potatoes)
For more info, have a look here:
Robert Burns Society / address to a haggis -http://www.robertburns.org.uk/Assets/Poems_Songs/toahaggis.htm
Visit Scotland - https://www.visitscotland.com/see-do/food-drink/traditional/haggis/