Some hae meat and canna eat, And some wad eat that want it; But we hae meat, and we can eat, Sae let the Lord be thankit.

-Robert Burns

Welcome to Clover’s second annual Burns Supper, celebrating what would be the 264th birthday of Robert Burns.

Thank you to the musicians of Cantrip Band and poet Jennifer Funk who have recorded a lineup of Scottish songs and poems to accompany you on your culinary journey.

Thank you to friend of Clover Chef Jason Bond for first coming up with the idea for this meal box.

Thanks to all of you for supporting local agriculture and a brighter future with your food dollars.

And thanks to Burns, above all, for his love of food, drink, and pleasure.

Slàinte Mhath!

First course: Bread & Butter, and drinks if you’re having those.

  1. Selkirk Grace / Intro

  2. Cantrip Band – Hornpipes

  3. Jen – Scotch Drink + To A Mouse
  4. Dan – Yestreen I Had a Pint o’ Wine (read along with the poem here if you’d like)


Second course: Hairst Bree, Ploughman’s Potato Salad (and more Scotch, if you’re having that!)

  1. Jen – For Scotch + In Praise of
  2. Eric – Now Westlin Winds
  3. Jen – A Man’s a Man + The Silver Tassie + The Banks O’Doon
  4. Dan – A Man’s a Man for a’ that


Third course: Haggis

  1. Dan – Mellow Haggis
  2. Dan – Hard Hitting Haggis
  3. Jen – Address to the Haggis

Fourth course: Shepherd’s Pie

  1. Jen – August Song of Flight + Rabbit Paté
  2. Dan – Sally Brown
  3. Jen – L’Amuse Gouda + Again, Again
  4. Eric – Land on Shore

Dessert Course: Torched Gingerbread Cake
  1. Jen – Sweet Afton + Highland Mary + Open The Door to Me, O + My Heart’s In the Highlands
  2. Dan – Rattlin’ Roarin’ Willie
  3. Jen – Fantasy of Accurate Expectations + Make Me Familiar
  4. Cantrip – Duncan Johnstone
  5. Jen – The Parting Kiss + Auld Lang Syne
  6. Eric – Auld Lang Syne – we recommend you sing along at home : )