Burns Night wouldn't be complete without haggis, but this year, one Scottish chef has mixed things up a little.
Ahead of the celebration of the Scottish poet's birth on Monday, chef Paul Wedgwood has created what is thought to be "the world's first guinea pig haggis".
Wedgwood, who prides himself of "raising haggis up to new gastronomic levels", decided to deviate from the traditional sheep's-pluck-and-oats dish after travelling in South America and tasting local dishes.
He joined Peruvian chef Mitsuhara Tsumura (one of Latin America's best chefs) at his restaurant to make the twist on a traditional haggis, using a popular Peruvian food, guinea pig.
Wedgwood said: "The whole experience was amazing and the haggis tasted awesome."
We'll have to take his word for it.