Burns Night | Celebrate with Ooni
Very soon, we’ll be kicking up our heels on Burns Night – a Scottish national celebration held every year on January 25 to mark the life of Robert Burns (1759–96), Scotland’s most famous poet. Ooni is based in Scotland – our HQ is just outside Edinburgh, where co-founder Darina Garland and lots of the team are from, so we love to celebrate this uniquely Scottish holiday.
Food plays an important part of the festivities on Burns Night. There is of course plenty of haggis, neeps and tatties to go around along with a tipple (or two) of whisky. But if you’d like to put a twist on the traditional, try out our haggis, cheddar and potato pizza recipe.
Ooni Koda 12 Gas Powered Pizza Oven£349.00
Gas fuelled for the ultimate ease and control Reaches 500 °C (950 °F) in just 15 minutes Cooks stone-baked fresh 12” pizza in just 60 seconds Fits...View full details
Ooni Fyra 12 Wood Pellet Pizza Oven£299.00
Wood pellet fuelled for consistently high heat and low maintenance Wood fired flavoured 12” pizzas Reaches 500 °C (950 °F) in just 15 minutes Cook...View full details
Ooni Karu 12 Multi-Fuel Pizza Oven£299.00
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You also can’t have a proper Burns Night without reciting a few of his famed poems (ever heard Auld Lang Syne played on New Year’s Eve? He wrote it!). Inspired by Burns, we commissioned Scottish poet Rab Wilson to create a very special story all about Ooni, written in the Scots dialect. Ode Tae The Ooni echoes the signature style of Burns' poetry and Scotland’s age-old storytelling traditions. Go on, have a read below.
Ode Tae The Ooni