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ScotsFestival Cuisine

Scotland is known for its very distinct and traditional foods, many featuring classic ingredients such as potatoes, beef, carrots, peas, oatmeal and more. The 24th Annual Queen Mary ScotsFestival is the ideal place to sample a variety of these traditional Scottish foods. We’re certain once you try one, you’ll go back for more!

Robert Burns Supper - Friday, Feb. 17 - 6:45PM

Celebrate Scotland’s best-loved bard, Robert Burns, with a traditional Burns Supper including haggis, whiskey, traditional Scottish music and dancing in the Queen's Salon aboard the World Famous Queen Mary. Following the evening’s finest bit of pomp – the piping in of the haggis, you'll enjoy a complimentary cocktail followed by a delicious four-course dinner that includes the very best of Scotland's larder. Our formidable host, John Hannah will guide you through an evening devoted to the man, the poems, and the haggis!!

PRICE: $99 in Online in Advance/$125 at the Door (Age 21+)

You do NOT need a ScotsFestival ticket to attend Burns Supper. 


SCHEDULE

Gathering of Friends

 EVERYONE!

Chairman’s Welcome

SCOTT MACDONALD

Selkirk Grace

REVEREND Dr. LINDA FLATLEY

Parade of the Haggis

LORNE COUSIN

“Address to a Haggis”

NORMAN MCCALLUM

Celtic Toast

LORNE COUSIN 

1st Entertainment

ERIC RIGLER  &  KIRA OTT

Immortal Memory

REVEREND Dr. LINDA FLATLEY

2nd Entertainment

ERIC RIGLER  &  KIRA OTT

Toast “To the Lassies”

NORMAN MCCALLUM

Reply from the Lassies

Reverend Dr. LINDA FLATLEY

3rd Entertainment

COLIN ARMSTRONG & KEVIN MCINTYRE

Vote of Thanks

SCOTT MACDONALD

Final Entertainment

COLIN ARMSTRONG & KEVIN MCINTYRE 

Auld Lang Syne

EVERYONE! (Lyrics on backside of program)

  

ADDED VALUE!  -  ROCK YER KILT (Open Until Midnight!) 
All Burn’s Supper Guests who wish to continue celebrating their love of Scotland are cordially invited to attend Rock Yer Kilt on Saturday night, the official ScotsFestival Day 1 after party featuring the best Scottish, Gaelic and Celtic bands this side of the pond, continued Burns Night revelry, Rockin' Yer Kilt, Trivia and Burns Recital contests, pub games, traditional Scottish fare, craft beer and of course, Scotch Whisky! All Burns Supper ticket holders will receive complimentary admission to Rock Yer Kilt, located in front of the ship and open until midnight.


Whisky and Craft Beer Tastings (ADD-ON ONLY)

Swirl your Scotch and spout a slur of whiskey knowledge with the best of ‘em after a crash course in aged malts!

Tasting ticket does not include ScotsFestival event admission (required for access and sold separately). Must be 21+ with a valid government-issued photo ID at time of entry.

Whisky Tastings ($18 Per Person Online Pre-Sale) -
 Buy online or miss out! Tastings SELL OUT EVERY YEAR!
Saturday - 11:30AM, 1:30PM, 3:30PM, 5:30PM
Sunday - 11:30AM, 1:30PM, 3:30PM, 5:30PM 

Craft Beer Tastings ($12 Per Person Online Pre-Sale) - Buy online or miss out! Tastings SELL OUT EVERY YEAR!
Saturday - 10:00am, 12:30PM, 2:30PM, 4:30PM,
Sunday - 10:00am, 12:30PM, 2:30PM, 4:30PM

Barrel Room Tasting Flight ($15 Per Person Online Pre-Sale) 
Whisky, Whiskey, Bourbon or Scotch? Bourbon is Whiskey, Scotch is Whisky, but not all Whiskey is Bourbon nor Whisky, Scotch. Confused? The Barrel Room Flight serves up the answers with four half-ounce samples of each Kentucky Bourbon, Tennessee Whiskey, Scotch Whisky and Irish Whiskey.
Saturday and Sunday - Open from 10:00AM to 5:00PM 

Barrel Room Reserve Scotch Flight ($18 Per Person Online Pre-Sale)
The Reserve Scotch Flight serves four half-ounce pours of various aged and distilled Scotch whiskey. 
Saturday and Sunday - Open from 10:00AM to 5:00PM 


SCOTTISH FOOD GLOSSARY

BLACK BUN - A rich, fruitcake made with raisins, currants, chopped onions, brown sugar and hints of cinnamon and ginger. The name comes from the deserts dark color.
BRIDIE - Similar to a meat pie, bridies are much lighter in texture as they are made without potatoes. Featuring a flaky crust filled with minced streak and onions, bridies are shaped into a triangle before being baked until golden brown.
FISH & CHIPS
- A ScotsFestival favorite! Deep-fried battered fish served with warm, crispy chips (known as fries in the States) is a Scottish staple and popular throughout the entire United Kingdom.
HAGGIS
- Considered the national dish of Scotland, haggis is a savory pudding containing minced onion, oatmeal, spices and of course, sheeps pluck. It’s the final ingredient that tends to frighten people from trying haggis, but those that do are in for a rich, delicious treat.
NEEPS
- Turnip with ginger, neeps are typically served with tatties or haggis.
PORRIDGE
- A breakfast favorite, porridge is a simple traditional Scottish dish made from boiled oatmeal. Thick, hot and wholesome, porridge is a perfect comfort food.
SCOTCH PIES OR MEAT PIES
- A Scottish Pie is a round crusty pastry filled with minced meat and potatoes. Traditionally, meat pies were made out of offal (internal organs of a sheep), but today beef is often used. There are several variations of meat pies and some even include onions and other vegetables.
TATTIES - Mixed with onions, meat, carrots, peas and potatoes, tatties are a unique Scottish dish that is hearty and perfect for a chilly day. Think of tatties as extreme mashed potatoes the most extreme and delicious mashed potatoes ever!
*Not all food mentioned above may be available during ScotsFestival. Menus will vary.