Traditionally, neeps and tatties are served up with haggis
during the Scottish celebration of Burns Night on 25th January.
And usually followed up with a dram of whisky… or two!
But what are “neeps” and “tatties”?
Tatties is a Scottish word for potatoes, and neeps are turnips.
There is a short video on How to Organise a Burns Supper
by the National Trust for Scotland.
If you’d like to listen to recordings of Robbie Burns’ poetry,
there is a good collection on the BBC website.