Burns Night Supper 2017: How to Celebrate the Burns Night?

Burns night is really one of the most celebrated occasions of the year. It occurs every January 25 of the year and is celebrated mainly on the country of Scotland as well as different parts of the world. But the question is why such a one night event is a good one? The answer is that the various activities done during the night not only fills up your tummy with delicious foods but also your mind with different learnings. From the Burns night supper to the poetry readings, this article will discuss to you how Burns night is celebrated.

Burns Night Supper 2017: How to Celebrate the Burns Night?

Dressing Up

As a main preparation for the night, you should dress up properly. The normal outfit for the Burns night is the kilt matched with a jacket, shoes, and socks. Make sure to pick out a kilt with a tartan pattern that you like. Preferably, choose tartan pattern that match your surname, if you are Scottish. If not, anything will do. There is no rule as to what pattern you should wear for the night.

Fancy Supper

The most exciting part of the night for most people is the fancy supper with the different kinds of delicious foods served in the course starting from the soups up to the desserts. Potato soups may be served first followed by the main course dish which is the Haggis. However, before eating the Haggis, the poem entitled “Address to the Haggis” is usually recited by everyone. This poem was written by none other than Robert Burns himself and is the primary reason why the Haggis became the main for the Burns night celebration.

Burns Night Supper 2017: How to Celebrate the Burns Night?

A sweet and tasty dessert may follow up the Haggis meal. Delicious sweets like dark chocolate, white chocolate, and caramelized raspberries may be served for the dessert.

Speeches, Toasts, and Poetry Readings

The Burns night supper cannot be completed without the speeches, toasts, and poetry readings. The main host of the celebration will give his or her own speech thanking the guests for attending and also thanking Robert Burns for his legacy. Toasts made by the men to thank the women who prepared the meals may also be done. This will be followed by the toast made by the women to reply to the toast made by the men.

Without a doubt, Burns night is really is a fun event that you should enjoy. Just make sure that you will be prepared with everything if you plan to celebrate this event. Doing so would maximize the fun of the occasion.

 

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