The Boundary Value Problem of Genomics

This was supposed to be my research blog, but then became my anti-research blog, and now it is my inanity outlet. That's what I should change the name to, if I ever figure that out.





Air & Space, a set on Flickr.
Battle scarred DiscoverySpark Plugs

Air & Space, a set on Flickr.

(via Roasted Garlic Mashed Turnips | Grass Fed Kitchen)

Another bland vegetable.

I’ve given in to the trends and some Spicy No-Mayo Coleslaw

It’s Day 2 of my “kinda Paleo” diet.  My attempt at going lower carb is going ok - it’s a bit lower than my previous “slow carb” diet (which was “kinda 4 Hour Body”).  I’m still craving cookies.  I’ve read that goes away after 2-5 days.  Though, I may not be purely Paleo enough to see that happen.  I was pretty successful at being slow carb for the last 5-6 years, so we’ll see how I do with this.  I’m keeping my usual regimen of tasty vegetables.  I’m mostly just replacing brown rice and popcorn with bland vegetables and carrots and celery - oh, and oatmeal with eggs.  And more protein and fat in general; I’m drinking whole milk for the first time in my life.

Cabbage is bland and cheap at the moment, so I looked up a recipe in Bittman (using the app!  haven’t even unpacked the book in a month :-( ).  Which is not to imply Bittman is bland, but he IS good for this sort of background dish.  I might add some mayo for the fat, and I will probably make it Mexican-style.

Spicy No‐Mayo Coleslaw
By Mark Bittman
From the How to Cook Everything app

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(via 5 Minute Protein Scramble - Macheesmo)
To make, as I go lower-carb.

(via 5 Minute Protein Scramble - Macheesmo)

To make, as I go lower-carb.

"Better than Potatoes" Cheesy Cauliflower Puree (Low Carb) - I Breathe... I'm Hungry...


To try. Especially since the spaghetti with spaghetti squash worked out.

Update: Cauliflower is #@#%!#&% expensive right now, so this will have to wait.

The Trick to Sewing on Pillow Buttons — Pillow Throw Decor


TO DO.

Update 1: These instructions worked out well.  I only did one button per cushion, but now that I know how easy it is, I might do four.  Also this chair cushion project turned out waaay more expensive than I thought due to the expensive cord I was talked into buying.  Where are the fabric stores for the middle class?  Perhaps Old Navy pushed them into oblivion many years ago.

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