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Oncology graduate student doing biochemistry research.
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Grandmother’s Pinwheel Cookies by EthidiumBromide Medical Student Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Every month, Jenna over at That Wife hosts a “food challenge”.  This month, in honor of Mother's Day, the challenge was to retrieve our favorite recipe made by our mother ... Read on »
Non-Graduation by EthidiumBromide Medical Student Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc I would need a third hand (maybe a fourth) to have enough fingers to count off the number of times some smug old jerk of a doctor has made a comment that the reason I am i ... Read on »
Ricotta Gnocchi (Daring Cooks’ Challenge) by EthidiumBromide Medical Student Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Okay, OKAY, I know.  The posting date for the newly-formed Daring Cooks is the 14th of the month.  Today is the 17th.  I could tell you my woeful tale about how I got stuc ... Read on »
Thank You, Penguins by EthidiumBromide Medical Student Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc The first six games in the Penguins-Capitals series were back-and-forth, jumping up-and-down nail-biting type of games.  And, as a huge Penguins fan, I am, of course, ecst ... Read on »
Peanut Butter Bars by EthidiumBromide Medical Student Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc These are both one of the easiest possible desserts I have ever made, and one of my most frequently requested treats.  Hardly a party or event goes by when friends do not ... Read on »
Beef “Faux”-ganoff by EthidiumBromide Medical Student Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc I haven’t consumed any land-based animals in well over a decade (I do eat fish), but even back in my childhood when I did eat meat, my family rarely ate red meat, and when ... Read on »
Laboratory Reproduction by EthidiumBromide Medical Student Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc There is something mysteriously fertile about my lab.   In the four years in which I have been in the lab, three babies have been born, and we are not a particularly large ... Read on »
Passover Cheesecake (Daring Bakers' Challenge) by EthidiumBromide Medical Student Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc The April 2009 challenge is hosted by Jenny from Jenny Bakes. She has chosen Abbey's Infamous Cheesecake as the challenge. I recently decided to join both the Daring Ba ... Read on »
Diary of a Doctor’s Wife, Episode 005 by EthidiumBromide Medical Student Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc I certainly cannot attests for all marriages, but ours seems to be one based on double-standards of doctoring. The frustrating double-standard of the moment deal with the ... Read on »
Mandelbrot vs Kamish Bread by EthidiumBromide Medical Student Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc One of the things that I find so fascinating about Judaism as opposed to many other religions is that regardless of where in the world families originate, the traditions, ... Read on »
Disgruntled Julie: Destroyer of the Environment by EthidiumBromide Medical Student Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc First order of business -- this morning, I was so absorbed in ensuring that I properly calculated the molar ratios of my proteins that I was completely unaware of the date - ... Read on »
Pumpkin Swirl Brownies by EthidiumBromide Medical Student Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Much more than cooking, I really enjoy baking. However, I don't really have much of a sweet tooth -- I'm more than content with one of something. Husband can easily eat hi ... Read on »
Pumpkin Fudge by EthidiumBromide Medical Student Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc For Thanksgiving this year, I tried out a pumpkin fudge recipe from Southern Living. After reading the recipe reviews, however, I made quite a few changes to the recipe -- ... Read on »
Apologies by EthidiumBromide Medical Student Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc I apologize for my sudden disappearance... here I am, leading you on with promises of wedding updates and weekly recipes, and then I just stop posting altogether. Things ha ... Read on »
Barack Obama is Ruining My Life by EthidiumBromide Medical Student Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc 48 hours in office, and President Obama is already on my shit-list. (And, speaking of becoming the president, I will post about my experiences attending the inauguration... ... Read on »
Commenting Problems? by EthidiumBromide Medical Student Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Mudphudder just informed me that he has been having trouble leaving comments on my blog. Has this been an issue for anyone else? I am wondering if it is the embedded com ... Read on »
Baked Stuffed Eggplant by EthidiumBromide Medical Student Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Really, all I have to say about this is that it is, hands down, one of my absolute most favorite things that I have ever cooked.  If you like eggplants, make this.  Immedi ... Read on »
The best laid plans… by EthidiumBromide Medical Student Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc …somehow always go awry. As I’ve mentioned before, Husband is moving back to his hometown of Philadelphia in June, leaving me here in D.C.  I may not have mentioned tha ... Read on »
Moving Muffins by EthidiumBromide Medical Student Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Back in January, one of Husband’s best friends moved into a new apartment back in Philly over MLK weekend.  Since it was during Husband’s two-week vacation, he was able to ... Read on »
WARNING! THIS IS AN EMERGENCY! by EthidiumBromide Medical Student Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc This morning, my PI declared that I needed to do “emergency CD”. Quick!  Somebody sound the biochemistry emergency siren!  This is not a drill!  This is an emergency!  ... Read on »