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Castlefest 2010, Steampunk
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2010-08-07 13:44:43
Posted Date: 2010-08-07 13:44:43 , By : Qsimple
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Castlefest is a festival to honour the sun, which at the Celts was worshipped as the god Lugh. This god brought mankind a lot of good things; he taught us how to grow grain and he warms the earth, so that the grain can grow and we can eat. The old Celtic harvest feast Lughnasadh is held in honour of this god. To this day heathens and Celtics alike celebrate this feast yearly around the first of August, also on Castlefest!

Castlefest is een festival ter ere van de zon, die bij de Kelten werd vereerd als de god Lugh. Deze god bracht de mensen veel goede dingen. Zo leerde hij ons om graan te verbouwen en hij verwarmt de aarde, zodat het graan kan rijpen en wij te eten hebben. Het oude Keltische oogstfeest Lughnasadh is aan deze god gewijd. Tot op de dag van vandaag vieren heidenen en kelten dit feest ieder jaar rond begin Augustus, ook op Castlefest!

How Tommy’s food is cooked
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1918-01-01 00:00:00
Posted Date: 1918-01-01 00:00:00 , By : National Library of Scotland
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An army field kitchen at work, despite the rainy and muddy conditions. The cooking pots gathered around this field kitchen are called ‘Dixie’s, while the mens own metal containers were called ‘bully tins. With no roof on this kitchen the food and drink would have been unprotected from the elements.

Despite the armys claims that its soldiers received two hot meals a day, most of the hot food had turned cold by the time it had been carried along the labyrinth of communication trenches to the front line. ‘Tommy entered into general usage after the Rudyard Kipling poems, ‘Tommy and ‘To Thomas Atkins (1892), which pay homage to the sturdy character of the average British soldier.

[Original reads: ‘How Tommy’s food is cooked. The field kitchen works always in spite of wet weather.’]

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