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Burns Supper Leaves for Kilimanjaro

Burns Supper Leaves for Kilimanjaro

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ONE of Scotland’s top chefs and a high-altitude haggis are heading to Africa in a bid to cook the world’s highest Burns supper.

Andrew Fairlie, who has two Michelin stars, will be joined on the trip to Mount Kilimanjaro by 19 other climbers, including comedian Fred MacAuley.

The charity expedition aims to raise £150,000 towards training Scotland’s chefs of the future.

For the Burns supper which will be held as close to the 19,000ft peak as possible a special haggis has been created.

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