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Celebrate Burns Night and Valentine’s Day

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As a commemoration of the life of the poet Robert Burns and his contribution to Scottish culture, Burns Night is celebrated annually around the world. Why not make this Burns night on 25 January a memorable one, by cooking our Haggis Wellington? And the perfect end to a rousing evening just has to be a baked raspberry cheesecake. We suspect that you’ll be tempted to make this all year round!

Shortly after Burns Night, love is in the air, with Valentine’s Day on 14 February. We have the perfect meal to mark the romance and sweetness of the day; rounded off with a luxurious Valentine’s Day beetroot chocolate cake.

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Celebrate Burns Night and Valentine’s Day

Want an excuse to celebrate between Christmas and Easter? On 25 January, join Scots worldwide by indulging in our vegetarian take on the traditional Burns supper fare. And why not give a little loving on 14 February, by indulging in our delicious Valentine’s Day feast?

Primary Audience

This booklet is aimed at anyone celebrating Burns Night or Valentine's Day. For many older people in a care setting, such occasions can help rekindle warm and comforting memories from their younger years. Additionally, they can help people to build warm memories of their new home and friends.

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