- haggis ? a traditional Scottish pudding of sheep’s liver, heart, and lungs, served with neeps (rutabagas) and tatties (potatoes) and a dram (a glass of Scotch whisky)
- Robert Burns ? the Scottish poet who immortalized the dish
- 1430 ? the first known written recipe
- Scotland ? the country, part of the United Kingdom
A Burns supper celebrates the poet’s birthday (25 January 1759) with haggis, neeps and tatties as the main dish.