San Diego Burns Supper with Brown-Forman
February 9, 2020 @ 6:00 pm
Robbie Burns is Scotland’s most famous poet, who wrote Auld Lang Syne and other things that tended to involve food and scotch. In keeping with tradition, we’re going to have a grand ol’ time with a lot of great scotch and dinner.
And yes, all of the best traditions will return, including Plasteredpiece Theater, the Bad Poetry contest, and Charlie Fleischer’s annual address to the haggis. This year’s winning poet will have his or her name emblazoned on the Burns Trophy. Infamy!
Three quarters of a pound. Served with mixed vegetables with garlic mashed potatoes.
Served with mixed vegetables and garlic mashed potatoes.
DRUNKEN POETRY CONTEST RULES
(participation is voluntary, but you will get a pour of GlenDronach 1990 27yr Single Cask)
- No more than 8 lines
- Must include a reference to whisky or scotch
- The word “frisky” is banned
- Make us laugh – seriously, no middle-age angst or dead dog poems unless you want the booby prize
- Haikus are just fine
BRING YOUR KILT!