If you're planning on taking part in Burns Night, a celebration of the life and works of Scottish poet Robert Burns, you'll need some yummy recipes to tuck into.
To help you out, we've pulled together a selection of traditional sweet and savoury recipes for you and your loved one to enjoy.
One of the most popular dishes for Burns Night, on the very first Burns Night in 1801, Burns' friends got together to mark the fifth anniversary of his death over a supper of haggis.
This unusually named dish is a classic Scottish smoked fish soup made with velvety leeks and potato.
Described by Jamie Oliver as "the perfect friendship of flavours" this dish combines rich, crisp black pudding with sweet, maple apples and lemony watercress, served on a crumpet.
This hearty Scotch broth makes a delicious yet frugal dish, harnessing simple ingredients for a comforting and wintry meal.
This fruit and spice-laden suet pudding is a must for any Scottish celebration. It's boiled in a cloth known as a "cloot", which gives the dish its name.
Although traditionally eaten at Hogmany, we reckon this moist, fruity cake from Paul Hollywood will be just as enjoyable on Burns Night.
These biscuits from Julie Linn are made of two shortbread biscuits sandwiched together with jam and topped with icing and are great with a cup of tea or hot whisky toddy.
Made with very little ingredients, this Scottish favourite is similar to fudge but with a delicious crumbly texture.