Our menu for the feast included:
Leek and Potato Soup
Haggis for her (lamb)
Haggis for him (vegetarian)
Single-malt whiskies: Compass Box Peat Monster and Dalwhinnie
I can't say as I made the haggis from scratch nor did I distill the whiskey--some things are best left to the professionals. We did our best to follow tradition by piping in the haggis and reading Burns' Address to the Haggis. Oh, how I longed for my grandfather's dirk to plunge into the heart of the haggis (or would that be stomach?) at the critical point in the poem:
If you would like to have your own Burns Night supper, here's a link to an excellent reference site complete with recipes for all manner of traditional food of the Scots. As for me, today I'll be munching on haggis-flavored crisps, listening to recordings of the great Glaswegian comedian Billy Connolly, and enjoying a plateful of Burns Night leftovers.