How to Celebrate Burns Night

How to Celebrate Burns Night : A Modern and Informal Guide to Celebrating Scotland's Most Famous Poet, Robert Burns

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Product Description This book is meant to be a simple guide to hosting a fabulous Burns Night celebration. People often ask: How do I get a Burns Night right? Keep it relaxed and fun. We have a suggested order of events, poems and song lyrics and even tips on how to cook the haggis. Laid out simply and designed to maximise your fun, this book can be used to celebrate Scotland and Robert Burns any night of the year! Burns night is held on or around January 25th and every year is celebrated by millions of Scots and friends, living all around the world. Especially popular for ex-patriots living in Canada, United States, New Zealand and mostly anywhere that sells whisky, or plays golf. The baird will be happy 'yer havin a go!' Raise a dram tae Rabbie Burns. Product contents Introduction Robert Burns About the man What is Burns Night? Why celebrate Burns Night? How to use this ebook Order of events Introduction: Order of Events Piping in the guests and a formal welcome The Selkirk Grace Piping in the Haggis Address to the Haggis and a toast to the Haggis After dinner entertainment Immortal memory address A toast to the lassies Reply to toast to the lassies Closing words from the Master of Ceremonies Auld Lang Syne Food Introduction: Recipes and food Menu or Bill O' Fare Cock a leekie soup Haggis neeps and tatties The famous Scottish Haggis Cooking and preparing the Haggis Raspberry Cranachan Tipsy Laird Drinks Introduction: Drinks and beverages Top 5 Burns Night malt whiskies 3 whisky cocktails Burns Poems and songs Address to a Haggis A Red, Red Rose To a Mouse Ae Fond Kiss Auld Lang Syne Finishing touches Dress Code Burns night music 3 Modern Burns music facts Terms & Phrases "show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 48 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 3.05mm | 122.47g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507585845
  • 9781507585849
  • 1,834,777

About Daniel Bee

About the Author Daniel Bee is one of my oldest friends and always up for a party! Over the last 20 years wherever he has lived, he has always managed to put together a Burns supper to connect with his Scottish roots, celebrate Robert Burns and introduce friends and colleagues to a wee bit of Scotland.show more