Monthly Archives: May 2012

Is Thyrodi Cancer Traumatic?

A few days ago, I was looking over my dashboard, and noticed someone had found my blog after searching “Is thyrodi cancer traumatic?”  I chuckled when I saw this, but it’s a very good question.  Is thyroid cancer traumatic?  In … Continue reading

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And you thought blue clay was bad!

Don’t ask what I had to do to get this, you don’t want to know, but I hold in my hands the list of other changes that Tiriac wanted to implement at the Madrid Masters tournament.  1 Tiriac, in order … Continue reading

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The plot thickens at Madrid!

I told you in my “prediction” post that things were not as they seem!  Nole is out of Madrid.  What will happen next?  And who will I root for?  Not Federer.  Nothing personal against him, but I don’t want him … Continue reading

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So You Had A Bad Day…

So, I had a bad day today; not an epic bad day, but I lost an earring, I WAY overcooked my meat for lunch so it was like eating a piece of leather and all the customers were, to quote … Continue reading

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Chuck Norris Plays Madrid!

As many of you may know, Nole recently blasted the blue clay experiment and suggested that Chuck Norris come out and show him how to play on clay.  Wow.  Mind.  Blown.  There are so many possible jokes I don’t even … Continue reading

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Mastering the Art of Low Iodine Cooking Part 6: Beef Curry Review

I just sampled the Beef Curry I made last night.  I was a little disappointed in the flavor.  There was a good amount of heat, but the rich and varied flavors of curry were missing.  I think that the recipe … Continue reading

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One Clay, Two Clay, Red Clay, Blue Clay

With Madrid underway, the reviews of the blue clay begin to pour in.  Siena, a poster at Querido Rafa’s blog, and Steve Tignor both pointed out that the blue clay makes the court look like a hard court, rather than … Continue reading

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Why Can’t I Remember This?

  “Life is not about waiting for the storms to pass…it’s about learning how to dance in the rain.”  

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Mastering the Art of Low Iodine Cooking Part 5: Beef Curry

Tonight I finally(!) had time to make beef curry.  I started by going to the local Indian store to buy Garam Masala, an Indian spice.  I had never been in the store before, and felt very conspicuous.  When I was … Continue reading

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Mastering the Art of Low Iodine Cooking Part 4

I’ve now been on the diet since Thursday.  I haven’t really had the time to do anything adventurous yet, and in order to make the Moroccan soup, I need chicken stock.  I think Tueday I will make Beef Currey, for … Continue reading

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