The Haggis Resource
Haggis is a Scottish dish made up of minced sheep or calf meat combined with onions, oatmeal, suet and seasonings that are all boiled in the stomach of the animal. It is a tradition served on Burns Night which falls on January 25th. Burns Night celebrates a famous Scottish poet named Robert Burns born in 1759 in Ayrshire. The poem 'Address to a Haggis' is read allowed before the celebration can begin.