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NEEP

(nēp),
Abbreviation and acronym for negative end-expiratory pressure.

NEEP

NEEP

Abbreviation for negative end-expiratory pressure.
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Tomorrow's menu includes Cullen skink's smoked haddock chowder with poached egg; haggis, neeps and tatties; sirloin of beef with duck fat roast potatoes, garlic and thyme roasties; and Cranachan with whisky cream, raspberry compote and toasted oats.
It's a sauce traditionally served with haggis, neeps and tatties but which works amazingly with today's dish.
Founded by Scott Sanfilippo and Joseph Palko, Neeps Inc.
Neeps, otherwise known as swedes or turnip, can be tough and fiddly to peel and chop but Scotty's taken care of all the hard work with a handily prepared pack of fresh, diced neeps and tatties designed to provide a healthy and filling clapshot.
Jo Macsween of the famed family of Edinburgh haggis-makers expertly guides readers through the myths to a new realm of haggis appreciation that transcends neeps, tatties and Burns' Night in The Macsween Haggis Bible, PS4.
MORE than 2o0 years ago Scottish poet Rabbie Burns penned an ode to the humble haggis, traditionally served up with neeps and tatties - or turnips and potatoes to those south of the Tweed.
Traditional suppers feature haggis, neeps and tatties and plenty of whisky and music.
Burns' Night may have come and gone for some of you just like any other normal day but I'm sure for many it meant something a little special for dinner - namely haggis, neeps and tatties.
She reckons 'neeps' in that great haggis accompaniment neeps and tatties are swede.
Neeps and haggis on a stick 1 potato 1 small turnip 1 oz of butter Salt and black pepper 1 small haggis 2 fl oz of demi glace Method Peel and boil the potato and turnip; drain and push though a potato ricer, this way the potato is completely smooth and has not been overworked.
Guests enjoyed music from The Old Dance School along with traditional haggis, neeps and tatties and a truly Scottish address to the haggis from director Stuart Munro.