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Image result for druid festival We had our last Celebration and Feast back in February, for the 7th Anniversary of covering the Collapse of Industrial Civilization here on the Doomstead Diner. We are OVERDUE for another celebration!

The Summer Solstice is a traditional time for celebrations, particularly amongst the pagan cultures of the Middle Ages.. Since if we don't go Extinct we look likely to be living in a pre-Industrial stlye culture, now seems like a good time to be resurrecting and practicing these traditions again.

For this feast, the Main Menu which I am cooking up is a Prix Fixe menu, no choices there but it's FREE! 🙂 That's because you just get to look at it, you don't actually get to EAT it unless you follow the recipes at home and cook it up for yourself. The recipes though are a great value, no paywall and no ads either!

Since the Solstice falls on a Friday (at least on this side of the Dateline) and we traditionally eat Fish on Fridays here on the Diner our Main Course will be a Fish Dish. For this I chose my favorite Swimming Fish (as opposed to Shellfish), Alaska Salmon! 🙂 Nice fresh CoHo Salmon I got ON SALE at 3 Bears for $9.99/lb. The preparation for this one is Grilled Mediterranean Salmon, on a new Bugout Cooking apparatus I picked up, also ON SALE at 3 Bears.

Image result for druid festival Our Starter for the Feast is Cream of Wild Mushroom & Garlic Soup, with lots of Garlic to fend off the Zombies. A hearty and filling soup full of lots of FAT, it's really a meal in itself most of the time, just maybe with a little Garlic Bread to dip in it. This is a FEAST though, and you are supposed to conspicuously consume food and overeat at all feasts. We are unlikely to be able to do this after SHTF Day arrives, so stuff your pie hole now while you still can and the cornucopia is still on the shelves at the Food Superstores.

For the Side Dish, we are having an Asparagus & Mushroom Casserole, my favorite Veggie and of course Fungi are a real favorite of mine along with garlic, so you see it twice in the Prix Fixe menu.

Diners and Guests are welcome to bring their own dishes to the Feast to enjoy a Potlach style celbration of the Gift Economy, where we all share our favorite foods together. It can be your own recipe or just a favorite from restaurants or what Granma made when you were a kid, and you don't have to do a Video either although a Food Porn Pic would be good. You can also bring your favorite Wine, Beer or Spirits, as well as Medicinal Plants. Another Fungi variety, Magic Mushrooms are a good choice here. 🙂

The Celebration will be ongoing all week inside the Diner on the Diner Anniversary Party Board, and all are welcome to attend, you don't need to be a regular patron of the Diner to enjoy the meal with us. We can all discuss Collapse while enjoying dinner, and hopefully not too many fights will break out over the dinner table this week. lol.

See you at the Festival!

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🏰 Diner 2019 Summer Solstice Celebration - Prix Fixe Menu
« Reply #1 on: June 17, 2019, 07:15:00 PM »


So Diners can plan on what dishes they will bring to the FEAST, here is what the Cooking Zone kitchen is whipping up for Conspicuous Consumption on Friday, June 21st:


Doomstead Diner Menu Prix Fixe
Summer Solstice 2019




Price: FREE!  :icon_sunny:



Starter: Cream of Wild Mushroom & Garlic Soup infused with Tarragon & Rosemary


A delicious blend of flavors and textures
from an Original RE Recipe





Side Dish: Asparagus & Mushroom Alfredo Casserole


A marriage made in heaven between al dente Asparagus spears and butter sauteed Crimini mushrooms in a fresh Alfredo sauce topped with seasoned bread crumbs
from an Original RE recipe





Main Course: Mediterranean Grilled Alaska Coho Salmon with Kalamatta Olives, Tomatoes, Artichoke Hearts, Hearts of Palm and Feta Cheese


Grilled to moist perfection with crispy skin on Bugout Cooking Apparatus
from an Original RE recipe





Beverage: Cheap White Wine
Purchased originally by RE from the ON SALE rack at 3 Bears Liquor Store
(you are :hi: to bring a more expensive bottle of wine to share.  Red is OK too, even though it's a fish dish.)





*Note: Photos above are Googled facsimiles.  You have to wait until Friday for the actual photos and videos, which are better.  :icon_sunny:



Remember, you don't have to actually cook up a dish, you can just pick a favorite and Google up a representative Food Porn pic to share at the dinner table as we discuss the ongoing Collapse of Industrial Civilization!


Eat well in Collapse!


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🏰 Diner 2019 Summer Solstice Celebration - T-3 Days & Counting!
« Reply #2 on: June 18, 2019, 04:27:01 PM »
To whet your appetite for the FRIDAY FEAST on the longest day of the year (in the Northern Hemisphere), here's a History of Food.  BBQ came first over the open fire!  This however is a bit more recent history, from the Brit perspective.

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🏰 Diner 2019 Summer Solstice Celebration - T-2 Days & Counting!
« Reply #3 on: June 19, 2019, 01:46:37 PM »
OK Fungi Fans, as I mentioned the Diner Solstice FEAST is featuring Mushrooms in 2 of the 3 courses, so I thought to further whet your appetite I would add a vid to help you go out and identify the good ones for enhancing your post-SHTF Day meals!  :icon_sunny:

I'm going to get round to growing some myself, but right now I am just overwhelmed with my current projects.

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🏰 Diner 2019 Summer Solstice Celebration - T-1 Days & Counting!
« Reply #4 on: June 20, 2019, 11:22:41 AM »
The Spiritual significance of Solstice Celebrations.

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Doomstead Diner 2019 Summer Solstice Celebration
« Reply #5 on: June 21, 2019, 07:24:31 AM »


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Published on The Doomstead Diner June 21, 2019






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Diners are always concerned with topics relating to the SUN☼, which provides the ENERGY for all life on Earth.  When the Sun☼ finally does burn itself out a few 100 Million years into the future, the species Homo Sap and all the other life forms inhabiting this rock hurtling through space will all finally go EXTINCT, if they don't before then if other calamities overtake them.  SUN☼ as a result is the acronym for our 501c3 non-profit corporation, the Sustaining Universal Needs Foundation.


 


Also as a result, our most recent convocation was held down in Rexburg, Idaho in 2017, where we camped out in a Sun Baked Farmer's Field to observe the Total Eclipse of the Sun☼ as it passed along the Path of Totality.  For me, it was a transformative experience, trancendental and spiritual.  I had never witnessed that 2 minutes of time that comes rarely to any given spot on the earth.  I have travelled extensively through my life, but never was I at the right place at the right time to witness this.  For man prior to folks like Copernicus and Galileo, this must have been an even more powerful experience.  I at least knew what was coming and when it would come, to the second thanks to modern astronomical equipment.  You can read the full article on the Total Eclipse of the Sun Adventure HERE.


 


A Total Eclipse only comes rarely, but other cosmic phenomena happen every year like clockwork here on the Big Blue Marble, and those are the Summer & Winter Solstice and the Vernal & Autmunal Equinoxes.  These events have been observed and recorded in some way at least as far back as there is writing we can still find, and further back than that in the case of some structures built by various cultures to mark the passing.  Here is a more detailed history of these events, for those interested in delving more deeply into the topic:





 



 



Image result for druid festival We had our last Celebration and Feast back in February, for the 7th Anniversary of covering the Collapse of Industrial Civilization here on the Doomstead Diner. We are OVERDUE for another celebration!



The Summer Solstice is a traditional time for celebrations, particularly amongst the pagan cultures of the Middle Ages.. Since if we don't go Extinct we look likely to be living in a pre-Industrial stlye culture, now seems like a good time to be resurrecting and practicing these traditions again.



For this feast, the Main Menu which I am cooking up is a Prix Fixe menu, no choices there but it's FREE! 🙂 ‚ That's because you just get to look at it, you don't actually get to EAT it unless you follow the recipes at home and cook it up for yourself. The recipes though are a great value, no paywall and no ads either!



Since the Solstice falls on a Friday (at least on this side of the Dateline) and we traditionally eat Fish on Fridays here on the Diner our Main Course will be a Fish Dish. For this I chose my favorite Swimming Fish (as opposed to Shellfish), Alaska Salmon! :)‚ Nice fresh CoHo Salmon I got ON SALE at 3 Bears for $9.99/lb. The preparation for this one is Grilled Mediterranean Salmon, on a new Bugout Cooking apparatus I picked up, also ON SALE at 3 Bears.



 Our Starter for the Feast is Cream of Wild Mushroom & Garlic Soup, with lots of Garlic to fend off the Zombies. A hearty and filling soup full of lots of FAT, it's really a meal in itself most of the time, just maybe with a little Garlic Bread to dip in it. This is a FEAST though, and you are supposed to conspicuously consume food and overeat at all feasts. We are unlikely to be able to do this after SHTF Day arrives, so stuff your pie hole now while you still can and the cornucopia is still on the shelves at the Food Superstores.



For the Side Dish, we are having an Asparagus & Mushroom Casserole, my favorite Veggie and of course Fungi are a real favorite of mine along with garlic, so you see it twice in the Prix Fixe menu.



Diners and Guests are welcome to bring their own dishes to the Feast to enjoy a Potlach style celbration of the Gift Economy, where we all share our favorite foods together. It can be your own recipe or just a favorite from restaurants or what Granma made when you were a kid, and you don't have to do a Video either although a Food Porn Pic would be good. You can also bring your favorite Wine, Beer or Spirits, as well as Medicinal Plants. Another Fungi variety, Magic Mushrooms are a good choice here. 🙂



The Celebration will be ongoing all week inside the Diner on the Diner Anniversary Party Board, and all are welcome to attend, you don't need to be a regular patron of the Diner to enjoy the meal with us. We can all discuss Collapse while enjoying dinner, and hopefully not too many fights will break out over the dinner table this week. lol.



Before we look in detail at our Menu for the Celebration, let's look back in history at what they actually ATE in the Middle Ages at these things:



 






 




So Diners can plan on what dishes they will bring to the FEAST, here is what the Cooking Zone kitchen is whipping up for Conspicuous Consumption on Friday, June 21st:



 






Doomstead Diner Menu Prix Fixe

Summer Solstice 2019



 



Price: FREE!  :icon_sunny:



 



 






Starter: Cream of Wild Mushroom &



Garlic Soup infused with Tarragon & Rosemary



 



A delicious blend of flavors and textures

from an Original RE Recipe



 



 






Side Dish: Asparagus & Mushroom Alfredo Casserole



 



A marriage made in heaven between al dente Asparagus spears and butter sauteed Crimini mushrooms in a fresh Alfredo sauce topped with seasoned bread crumbs

from an Original RE recipe



 



 



 






Main Course: Mediterranean Grilled Alaska Coho Salmon with Kalamatta Olives, Tomatoes, Artichoke Hearts, Hearts of Palm and Feta Cheese



 



Grilled to moist perfection with crispy skin on Bugout Cooking Apparatus

from an Original RE recipe



 



 






Beverage: Cheap White Wine

Purchased originally by RE from the ON SALE rack at 3 Bears Liquor Store

(you are :hi: to bring a more expensive bottle of wine to share.  Red is OK too, even though it's a fish dish.)



*Note: Photos above are Googled facsimiles.  You have to wait until Friday for the actual photos and videos, which are better.  :icon_sunny:



Remember, you don't have to actually cook up a dish, you can just pick a favorite and Google up a representative Food Porn pic to share at the dinner table as we discuss the ongoing Collapse of Industrial Civilization!



 



Note: The above illustrative photos are not the actual dishes prepared by Chef RE for this Celebration.  To view those and discuss with us the Collapse of Industrial Civilization, join us Inside the Diner.



 



Eat well in Collapse! See you at the Festival!



 



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🏰 2019 Summer Solstice: George Mobus-How the Problem Could be Solved
« Reply #6 on: June 21, 2019, 01:54:28 PM »
Up for discussion over dinner!

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Summer Solstice, 2019 - How the Problem Could be Solved
There Is a Technical and Feasible Solution to Reducing CO2 - But...


This is not a claim that we can solve the climate change problem. It certainly isn't a solution that will allow us to continue BAU. I cling to the belief that civilization as we know it will collapse. But just as an exercise in contrastive argument to show how improbable our taking action would be I offer this tidbit.

According to the 2018 IPCC Report: 1.5 Degrees Centigrade, not only must we get to zero carbon emissions but we will have to actively remove CO2 from the atmosphere so that we have what are called negative emissions. This will be necessary (maybe not sufficient) to avoid the worst catastrophes from climate change. I will take it as a given that we all understand the proposals for reducing emissions. Longtime readers will know my skepticism regarding the use of alternative energies to replace carbon fuels and go on happily producing junk. I maintain that that side of the equation will involve significant changes to our way of living and especially our beliefs in capitalism's magic. The latter will come to be seen as waving the magic wand and kill a planet!

So, taken as a given that we could somehow significantly reduce our use of carbon-based fuels, the other factor in the equation for negative emissions is the removal of carbon from the atmosphere. Here is an outline of a feasible technical solution. I claim it is feasible only in the sense that the resources and technology to accomplish it do exist in sufficiency to get the job done. However, naturally, there are caveats.

First let me give some background for the solution. When I was a sailor on board a nuclear submarine I was responsible for keeping the CO2 scrubbers functioning. This machine absorbed the gas directly from the ventilation system via a chemical process. There are several different chemical methods for capturing CO2 from air and new approaches are being investigated. The actual absorption is the easy part, takes little energy to blow air through a mist of the chemical. But then you have a chemical that can no longer be used for that purpose. What you need to do then is to heat the chemical to a high temperature after which the CO2 is released again, but in high concentration. On the submarine we had two great advantages for doing this. First we had a nuclear reactor to provide all of the heat we needed to recuperate the absorbent. And to dispose of the CO2 we just pumped it overboard into the sea. At the depths we generally ran, the CO2 would harmlessly bubble upward but get dissolved in sea water so that no bubbles reached the surface. For CO2 capture and sequestration of the gas in the atmosphere an different scheme needs to be found.

People have looked at sequestration methods such as pumping the gas into caverns or oil wells to dispose of it. But this is risky. And we don't know for sure that it would stay put. An alternative is to mineralize it by combining the CO2 with other chemicals, such as calcium to form calcium carbonate, which is a solid and can safely be disposed of.

The major reason that carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) schemes are not being put into use, say for removing CO2 from coal-fired power plant chimneys, is that it takes considerable energy to restore the absorbent and compress the gas, about a third of the total produced by the plant. Schemes for direct air capture (DAC) would take considerably more energy since they would need to be designed to circulate considerably more air per unit time than a simpler CCS approach would. They would need to run huge air compressors and that would take a lot of additional energy.

Thus if CCS is not practical, one should ask how could DAC be practical. It was the association between the submarine and the CO2 scrubbers that triggered a thought.

Between the US, Russia, and NATO, there are perhaps four hundred operational submarines in service (most are meant to be missile deployment platforms) and perhaps half as many decommissioned sitting around. The nuclear reactors on-board are primarily used for propulsion and internal electricity generation. The scheme for marine-based nuclear plants is feasible because the boats are surrounded by cold water, used as the heat sink. But what if you didn't use the power for propulsion? What if you parked the boats in permanent locations out to sea and used the power to run really large CO2 scrubbers?

Ballistic missile subs would be ideal. Take out the missile silos and build in the scrubber plant. Fast attacks would have to be outfitted with a side-barge to carry the equipment. They should probably retain their propulsion systems in case they need to move to get out of a big storm. But otherwise the heat and electricity generated from the reactor would be used for DAC (note the subs would not sit fully submerged of course!)

Other surface nuclear ships could be similarly repurposed. Either some of them could run scrubbers and minerilzation plants, or be converted to cargo ships to transport supplies to the subs and calcium carbonate back to land.

In other words, "make clean air, not war." It is altogether likely that the other militaries of the nation-states will similarly have to be repurposed to fight climate change. They may have to also maintain internal order when things get really bad. [To see that DAC is in the realm of feasiblity, check out the research at Arizona State U. on "negative carbon emissions."]

The nuclear navy has been going for over fifty years with an incredible safety record (short of a sub sinking) with respect to the operations of the reactors. They are of a design that keeps them working for years before needing refueling.
But...

It is hard to imagine a world in which militaries are so repurposed to fight for the survival of humanity when it isn't an alien invading force that they are fighting. This is especially the case in today's political climate where complete idiots seem to be taking over the governments. The US's idiot-in-chief still claims global warming isn't an issue.

We will do nothing to avoid catastrophic climate chaos, I am pretty sure, as long as such clowns and fools are in charge, and as long as there are enough less-than-sapient citizens who want them in charge. Even the so-called progressives (Democrats, social or otherwise) still buy into capitalism in some form and economic growth as a goal. Out ideologies are going to be our undoing.

Not to put too fine a point on it, but consider that in order to make the above scenario possible it would probably be necessary to have a mass uprising to throw out the current cadre of politicians and put a cadre of scientists who actually understand physics and reality in charge. A complete breakdown of civilization would almost certainly mean that the subs would either be used for their current purpose (firing missles) or be lost to access for the repurposing suggested.

You can, perhaps, see why I am not optimistic about the future of civilization. This kind of analysis, consider what might actually work in the real world and then ask if we humans would actually be willing to undertake the actions necessary, consistently ends with of a resounding, of course not. Every day I witness human behaviors the keep reinforcing my view that we humans, collectively, are seriously lacking in the mental ability to have and use wisdom. Instead of adopting and using the Precautionary Principle or the Golden Rule as guides for living, we are stuck in "what's in it for me" mentality. If I make as much money as I can I won't have to worry about anything. It will be interesting to watch Wall Street bankers chewing on their dollar bills and stock certificates for food.

It is somewhat encouraging that climate change is taking center stage for a number of the Democratic candidates in the US presidential race. Finally (perhaps too late), some politicians are realizing that we have a problem. But their visions are still constrained by their ideological commitment to capitalism, even Bernie, for example, still advocates for economic growth. He just wants to redistribute the wealth more "equitably". Since they are politicians they have to tell people what they want to hear. Note that the "Green New Deal" doesn't even come close to solving the problem that we have. Generating more wealth by building a bunch of solar panels is going to come to be seen as the cruelest lie of all.
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🏰 2019 Diner Summer Solstice Celebration: UPDATE 1
« Reply #7 on: June 22, 2019, 01:46:40 AM »
🏰 2019 Diner Summer Solstice Celebration now UP on Global Economic Intersection!

http://econintersect.com/pages/opinion/opinion.php?post=201906220206
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⛵ 2019 Diner Summer Solstice Celebration: Old Seadog Solstice Report
« Reply #8 on: June 22, 2019, 07:25:38 AM »
OSD's trip across the Pacific got quite difficult.  Looks like he was getting close to losing his marbles.  However, he must have finally made landfall since he got this report up on the net.  He doesn't have mid-ocean direct Sat communications to do uploads.  That shit is EXPENSIVE!

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🍄 2019 Diner Summer Solstice FEAST: The REAL Mushroom Soup Starter
« Reply #9 on: June 23, 2019, 04:43:34 PM »
For your viewing pleasure, a little home cooked Food Porn:

Cream of Wild Mushroom & Garlic Soup
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Mushroom Soup
Mushroom Soup

This is the ACTUAL starter soup for the Diner Solstice FEAST, not a Googled facsimile.  The full recipe and cooking vid will be up when I get a chance to edit it, which might take some time.

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Doomstead Diner Collapse 2019 Summer Solstice Festival: Coda
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The Collapse Summer Solstice 2019 Festival comes to a close today here on the Diner, after a very succesful launch of our newest project for the SUN Foundation, the Diner Mobile Food Truck.  We're still only in the testing phase for this project, but so far all is going according to plan and swimmingly well.



In the world at large of Collapse, it was another lively week, this time with the Democratic Debates as the Feature of the political Clown Show that will continue right through to the end of 2020!  That's over a year of almost guaranteed Collapse-o-tainment, unless of course the Internet Goes Dark, Global Thermonuclear War gets underway or all the Oceans boil off and we go Extinct on Dr. McStinksions timeline before he decided to stop making predictions on the absolute date for all Dead People.



For the Clown-in-Chief Donalditry Trumpovetsky it was another ignominious week, as he once again capitulated to the Chinese and to Wall Street on his "Tariff Man" policies, which are none too popular with corporations looking for still higher profits.  Besides that, he is currently making a fool of himself at the G-20 meeting of the Elite Overseers of the world who are busy trying to make sure the Rich stay Rich & the Poor stay Poor.



Here at the Doomstead Diner though, we ate like Kings Al Fresco out in the Potlach Parking Lot of the Diner, where all the Food is FREE!  At least to the customers, it does cost the SUN Foundation money to fund this project.  Contributions are WELCOME and are TAX DEDUCTIBLE since SUN☼ is a 501c3 Non-Profit Corporation.  Click on the Donation Button on the SUN☼ Homepage if you want to help us out.



Dishes this week were Salmon Teriyaki and Grilled Salmon, both cooked up with Freshly Caught Coho and Sockeye Salmon donated by a couple of the Fishermen in the Community.  Nothing beats freshly caught Alaskan Salmon.  Also on the menu this week was BBQ Brisket, Broccoli-Cheddar Soup & Smoked St. Louis Ribs.  Too bad for you you missed the ribs, they were the best and juciest ribs I ever cooked up, and that's saying something!  I could have eaten both racks by myself but I didn't want to totally PIG OUT 🐷 so I only had 3.



Great Collapse Meals coming again next week, and the full recipes and cooking techniques will be up on the Cooking Zone in due time, when I get a breather to do some editing of the raw footage from those cooks.  Not EZ to find the time these days since the Collapse Morning Wake-Up Call also takes a lot of editing and is more pressing on time.  Recipes are timeless, Doom Newz is not.



Coming next Sunday on the Wake-Up Call, we chat with Jason Heppenstall of 22 Billion Energy Slaves about his experiences in awakening to the Collapse of Industrial Civilization.  Don't miss it!



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