The Friends of Kinneil charity will be hosting its annual James Watt Supper on Friday, January 15, 2016, at St. Mary’s Church Hall, off Linlithgow Road in Bo’ness.
The event – which is similar to a Burns’ Supper – starts at 7 p.m. and will feature a three course meal and entertainment.
Tickets are £10 for Friends of Kinneil members and £15 for non-members. To join The Friends, visit www.kinneil.org.uk/friends
It’s a bring your own bottle affair, although soft drinks will be provided. Historian and musician Ian Scott and his band will provide the music. There will also be “toasts” and readings about James Watt (rather than Burns!)
Watt did some of his early work at Kinneil Estate to develop the steam engine. His eventual discovery changed the world. Read more about Watt at Kinneil at www.kinneil.org.uk/jameswatt
This event is always popular, so book your tickets now.
Write to: Maria Ford, 16 Craigallan Park, Bo’ness, EH51 9QY
Please make any cheques payable to “The Friends of Kinneil”.
You can also call Maria on 01506 510629.
JAMES WATT SUPPER 2016 – MENU
- Scotch Broth
- Carrot and Coriander
- Potato and Leek
Crusty Bread / Butter
Main course – Salmagundi
(A modern take on an old favourite. A mix of salad, fish, nuts and meat.)
- Roast Rib of Beef
- Honey & Clove Ham
- Roast Chicken
- Vintage Cheese Quiche
- Prawns – Mussels – Crabsticks
- Vegetable Stuffed Peppers
- Variety of Potato Salads [Cheese – Coconut – Spring Onion]
- Shredded Coleslaw
- Vegetables in Mayonnaise
- Dried Fruits –Dates – Walnuts – Sultanas
- Shredded Carrot
- Lettuce – Tomato – Celery
- Vegetable Pickles – Onions – Beetroot
- Stuffed Eggs
- Apple Pie
- Clootie Dumpling
- Cream – Custard
- A Chocolate Steam Engine with Carriages.
Tea/Coffee – Shortbread and Tablet
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