Every year, Scots around the world mark poet Robert Burns' birthday with a traditional haggis feast. This year, Eddie Lin and Evan Kleiman traveled to The Buchanan Arms in Burbank to celebrate.
Haggis is the sheep's heart, liver and lungs, stewed with onion, suet and oatmeal. Traditionally it's cooked inside of a sheep's stomach, however that method is not permitted in the United States. The Buchanan Arms uses sausage casing. The haggis is served with mashed potatoes and "neeps" or mashed parsnips.
The evening is punctuated by the reading of Address to a Haggis, written by Robert Burns in 1787.
Eddie Lin writes the blog DeepEndDining.com.