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I'm dicing up the neeps and putting them through the stuffing, then serving them with mash.
Tomorrow's menu includes Cullen skink's smoked haddock chowder with poached egg; haggis, neeps and tatties; sirloin of beef with duck fat roast potatoes, garlic and thyme roasties; and Cranachan with whisky cream, raspberry compote and toasted oats.
David Gillmore, head chef at The Lawns with his take on haggis, neeps and tatties and his Scotch broth
The seamless integration between OrderMotion and AgileExpress is the key," said Scott Sanfilippo, President of NEEPS.
Competitors will roll their neeps, aiming to get as close to the jack - in this case a big onion - as possible.
You may have had a plate of haggis, neeps and tatties in his honour, or you might have forgotten all about the occasion, as often happens in my house.
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".
MORE than 2o0 years ago Scottish poet Rabbie Burns penned an ode to the humble haggis, traditionally served up with neeps and tatties - or turnips and potatoes to those south of the Tweed.
Traditional suppers feature haggis, neeps and tatties and plenty of whisky and music.
FOR many Teesside businesses the last few weeks have been a confusing mix of LEPs, NEEPS, ANECs, NBFs and RGFs.