NEEPS


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NEEPSNorthEastern Evolutionary Psychology Society (various locations)
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There's "haggis with neeps and tatties", Scotch fillet of beef with Glenfiddich creamed sauce and a trio of Scottish desserts.
Out of that research came today's recipe for haggis cannelloni, which incorporates most of the ingredients used for traditional haggis, neeps and tatties.
David Gillmore, head chef at The Lawns with his take on haggis, neeps and tatties and his Scotch broth
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Traditional Burns fare - haggis, neeps and tatties - will be served in hospitality areas.
The most typically Scottish one is Haggis Neeps & Tattie which is likely to appeal to those who like traditional Scottish fare (as well as those looking for a Burns Night type of authenticity).
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Traditional Burns Suppers centre on haggis with neeps and tatties.
The first event will have a Scottish theme to mark Burns Night, with some stallholders offering Scottishthemed produce including The Gingerbread Mam with her ginger parkin, The Clucking Pig Company and their haggis Scotch eggs, Mellanby's Veg with their neeps and tatties and Sawley Kitchen with their shortbread.
At this time of year, The piper plays upon his pipes, Creatures are in a trance, It is drawn to the sound of the pipes, Then they catch the little creatures, For this Scottish poet's night, They serve upon a silver tray, With neeps and tatties, For it's Burns Night.
Traditional celebrations for the Scottish poet Robert Burns' birthday on January 25 involve a feast of haggis, tatties and neeps (or potatoes and turnips for those of us south of the border) all washed down with copious quantities of the "water of life".