Listen to episode seven of Scran, the podcast that is passionate about Scottish food and drink.

This week’s episode of Scran is all about Burns night, with guests Mark Thomson, brand ambassador for Scotland for Glenfiddich, James Macsween of Macsween haggis, Scott Munro from M&S and Caitlyn Dewar – food and drink writer for the Edinburgh Evening News.

On episode seven, host and Scotsman food and drink writer Rosalind Erskine chats to Caitlyn about what Edinburgh foodies can look forward to this Burns night, which falls on the 25th January.

Rosalind also talks to Marks Thomson about the toast to the haggis, the history of whisky and it’s part in Burns night and his role as brand ambassador for Scotland for Glenfiddich whisky. We also get an insight into the three drams he would take onto a desert island.

Finally, one of the main names behind haggis, James Macsween, discusses his family business and its history, the types of haggis they produce and their partnership with M&S. While Scott tells us what to expect from M&S this Burns night – and what we can create at home.

Listen to episode seven now:

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We’d love to hear from you in next week’s episode.

If you have an opinion about anything we discuss, get in touch with your comments. Drop us a message on the Scotsman Food and Drink Facebook page, or contact Rosalind on Twitter @RosalindErksine or via email using rosalind.erskine@jpimedia.co.uk.

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About The Author

Rosalind Erskine

Known for cake making, experimental jam recipes, Champagne and gin drinking (and the inability to cook Gnocchi), Rosalind writes for The Scotsman on all things food and drink related.

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