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Cook up your own Burns supper using nothing but home-grown Lanarkshire produce

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As Burns disciples the world over raise a glass to toast the Bard, what better way to honour his legacy here in Lanarkshire than with a supper whose home-grown ingredients will make the palates of fine produce lovers sing.Lanarkshire Live has teamed up with regional food group, Lanarkshire Larder, to create a Burns supper menu that showcases the kind of exceptional produce that is putting the area firmly on the country’s culinary map.Here, Lanarkshire Larder members offer up their own suggestions for a Burns supper whose dishes proudly bear the Lanarkshire quality hallmark.

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