Rice Cooker Mac n Cheese

Ingredients:

1.5 cups macaroni

12 oz can evap. milk

1.5 cup chicken broth

.75 cup shredded cheddar

.5 cup shredded mozzarella

.25 cup parmesan

.5 tsp kosher salt

Directions:

1. Noodles, broth, milk into cooker; hit cook.

2. After it finishes, stir.

3. Add cheese and stir; hit cook

4. Done when it hits warm.

Need to try this ;-;

Source:

http://allrecipes.com/PersonalRecipe/62417910/Rice-Cooker-Macaroni-and-Cheese/Detail.aspx

9/14/2012

 

  1. General:
    1. Feynman Lectures
      1. done to page 3-4
    2. REA Problem book
      1. 2 mech, 2 thermo, 2 emag, 2 qmech
  2. Classical Mechanics:
    1. Thornton
      1. Section 2.4 page 63 done for tomorrow too
    2. Goldstein
      1. return tomorrow, done today via yesterday.
  3. E&M
    1. Griffith
      1. Read and attempted the sample problem, check~ [on page 84] Should definitely start on those problem set problems from the internet soon though.
    2. Div, Grad, Curl
      1. Page 41, into Flux…around the diagram.
    3. Jackson
      1. up to page 32, mid page ish. [finish page tomorrow maybe or investigate continuity mentioned. Eh, either one.]
  4. Thermo
    1. Fermi
      1. page and notes, bookmarked!
    2. Carrington
      1. problem done, page read.
  5. QMech
    1. Townsend
      1. up to equation 1.46, page 20.
    2. Sakurai
      1. 4 pages read over and checked over my notes, on page 17 sec 1.3
  6. Particle
    1. Griffith
      1. A bunch read, bookmarked.
  7. Astro/Cosmo
    1. Reading for Ballentyne and Wise?
  8. QFT
    1. Ryder
      1. done, need to review rep. theory [almost done with Dirac Derivation]
    2. Zee
      1. ehhh I  need to learn complex analysis.
    3. Sterman
      1. up to quantization, see  bookmark. This is going to suuuuck.
    4. Weinberg
      1. bookmarked…I feel like I should re-read or even ask for help, it seems like he’s saying things that are interesting and not toooo complicated…but his language is unfamiliar.
  9. QCD
    1. QCD and Collider Physics
      1. Read and caught up, bookmarked.
    2. Handbook of Perturbative QCD
      1. on page 17 just above eq 2.5
  10. CM homework
  11. SO close. I lost on GRE review.

9/13/12

  1. Yesterday was a great and awful day. Will have a lot to make up…
  2. General:
    1. Feynman Lectures
      1. 6 pages, stopped on chapter 4. [note page 3-7..and 3-10]
    2. REA Problem book
      1. 1 GT qual mech done need[ish] 1 rea, 1 thermo, 1 emag, 1 qmech
  3. Classical Mechanics:
    1. Thornton
      1. on page 69, just before next example. Interesting how easily the linear approximation falls apart.
    2. Goldstein
      1. done up to top of page ten…maybe should check on that one subtlety?
  4. E&M
    1. Griffith
      1. read up to page 90, just before 2.4 . . .the example problem used a ridiculous set up but was alright…I should do some problems.
    2. Div, Grad, Curl
      1. up to page 35, just before the “rough” proof.
    3. Jackson
      1. Page 34 just after eq 1.26. I need to ask someone about part of this, though…
  5. Thermo
    1. Fermi
      1. took notes up to eq. 40, bookmarked
    2. Carrington
      1. up to page 31, just before 3.5..Look at thermo homework later?
  6. QMech
    1. Townsend
      1. Read up to eq 2.20 on page 27
    2. Sakurai
      1. on page 21 [section 1.3] just before the matrix multiplication check
  7. Particle
    1. Griffith
      1. Several pages, see bookmark
  8. Astro/Cosmo
    1. Ballyntyne and Wise
      1. We’ll see at the end of the day…
  9. QFT
    1. Ryder
      1. 3 pages thus far…
    2. Zee
      1. 2 pages
    3. Sterman
      1. 1 page
    4. Weinberg
      1. 1 page
  10. QCD
    1. QCD and Collider Physics
      1. 1 page
    2. Handbook of Perturbative QCD
      1. 1 page
  11. Update at ~4:15: Done mech, done E&M, half thermo, half general. Will walk home then start on QFT stuff…I’ll have about an hour then before coming back for SPS.
  12. Update ~5:25: Walked home, ate, and am now done with all of the traditional stuff except the problems. Will read some Griffith’s and walk back to SPS.
  13. Ran six miles, warm up then 7:45 mile for 4 miles then cool down 6mph

9/11/12

  1. General:
    1. Feynman Lectures
      1. done to page 3-4
    2. REA Problem book
      1. 2 mech, 2 thermo, 2 emag, 2 qmech
  2. Classical Mechanics:
    1. Thornton
      1. Section 2.4 page 63 done for tomorrow too
    2. Goldstein
      1. return tomorrow, done today via yesterday.
  3. E&M
    1. Griffith
      1. Read and attempted the sample problem, check~ [on page 84] Should definitely start on those problem set problems from the internet soon though.
    2. Div, Grad, Curl
      1. Page 41, into Flux…around the diagram.
    3. Jackson
      1. up to page 32, mid page ish. [finish page tomorrow maybe or investigate continuity mentioned. Eh, either one.]
  4. Thermo
    1. Fermi
      1. page and notes, bookmarked!
    2. Carrington
      1. problem done, page read.
  5. QMech
    1. Townsend
      1. up to equation 1.46, page 20.
    2. Sakurai
      1. 4 pages read over and checked over my notes, on page 17 sec 1.3
  6. Particle
    1. Griffith
      1. A bunch read, bookmarked.
  7. Astro/Cosmo
    1. Reading for Ballentyne and Wise?
  8. QFT
    1. Ryder
      1. done, need to review rep. theory [almost done with Dirac Derivation]
    2. Zee
      1. ehhh I  need to learn complex analysis.
    3. Sterman
      1. up to quantization, see  bookmark. This is going to suuuuck.
    4. Weinberg
      1. bookmarked…I feel like I should re-read or even ask for help, it seems like he’s saying things that are interesting and not toooo complicated…but his language is unfamiliar.
  9. QCD
    1. QCD and Collider Physics
      1. Read and caught up, bookmarked.
    2. Handbook of Perturbative QCD
      1. on page 17 just above eq 2.5
  10. CM homework
  11. SO close. I lost on GRE review.

9/10/12

  1. General:
    1. Feynman Lectures
      1. Section 2-4, page 2-10 [top of page]
    2. REA Problem book
      1. 1 mech, 1 thermo, 1 emag, 1 qmech per day first semester
  2. Classical Mechanics:
    1. Thornton
      1. Read through page 58~ check. [up to Effects of Retarding Forces]
    2. Goldstein
      1. on page 8, return day after tomorrow.
  3. E&M
    1. Griffith
      1. to page 81 [2.3, point iv…start at the problem] 1 prob from external pset a day?
    2. Div, Grad, Curl
      1. to page 28, up to the example problem. [surf int & div]
    3. Jackson
      1. Up to equation 1.15, page 30
  4. Thermo
    1. Fermi
      1. page 23, notes taken…easy to mix up those partial derivatives D:
    2. Carrington
      1. 1 page a day, 1 prob a day ish on the pages, page 56? It’s bookmarked.
  5. QMech
    1. Townsend
      1. Read up to 1.6, page 18 [mehs]
    2. Sakurai
      1. [I’m going to just give myself this since I have detailed notes already…will read 4 pages tomorrow]
  6. Particle3
    1. Griffith
      1. page 56, [the problems] May look at references tomorrow?
  7. Astro/Cosmo
    1. Reading for Wise and for Ballentyne
      1. Ermmm needs a schedule still but: ~30mins on Ballentyne’s stuff today.
  8. QFT
    1. Ryder
      1. up to the commutation calculation 2.68b on page 37
    2. Zee
      1. page/two pages of done. Bookmarked…interesting stuff.
    3. Sterman
      1. do this tomorrow~
    4. Weinberg
      1. 1 page ish of Weinberg…review and ^
  9. QCD
    1. QCD and Collider Physics
      1. 1 page tomorrow
    2. Handbook of Perturbative QCD
      1. 1 page tomorrow
  10. Tutored (.5 hours so far ~ 8pm)
  11. Cross-training fail, semi-hard…
  12. It’s approaching 3 am and I am SO FREAKING CLOSE ;-; (~2:55)…let’s see if this is a little more filled out before posting.
  13. ~3:15…biggest failure is not having done REA problems…double up tomorrow it is!

9-8/9-2012

Today and tomorrow are going to suck, work-wise. Let’s see what I need to do:

  1. General:
    1. Halliday n Resnick
      1. 7 problems from the first several chapters
    2. Feynman Lectures
      1. 15 pages? [end on 21 page]
    3. REA Problem book
      1. 7 mech, 7 thermo, 7 emag, 7 qmech
      2. Mech done! (4:19 9/8)
  2. Classical Mechanics:
    1. Thornton
      1. 3 page
    2. Goldstein
      1. 4 page
  3. E&M
    1. Griffith
      1. 10 pages
    2. Div, Grad, Curl
      1. 10 pages
    3. Jackson
      1. 5 pages
  4. Thermo
    1. Fermi
      1. -done, bookmarked at page 21.
    2. Carrington
      1. 3 pages, 3 prob?
  5. QMech
    1. Townsend
      1. 4 pages -done. Up to 1.5, page14 of text.
    2. Sakurai
      1. 10 pages
  6. Particle
    1. Griffith
      1. 15 pages?
  7. QFT
    1. Ryder
      1. 13 pages
    2. Zee
      1. 5 pages
    3. Sterman
      1. 3 pages
    4. Weinberg
      1. 3 pages
  8. QCD
    1. QCD and Collider Physics
      1. 4 pages?
    2. Handbook of Perturbative QCD
      1. 7 pages O.o
  9. NSF – Research course complete!
  10. JURP – applied to be a peer reviewer!
  11. Ran 5 miles
  12. May sign up for the Run Like Hell 5k?
  13. Totally lost…

9-6-2012

Okay…so I’m caught up on *almost* everything…this sort of sucks.

Ahead, but need to do tomorrow:

1. Fermi [bookmarked]

2. Marion n Thornton [2.4 , page 55]

3. Goldstein [eq. 1.23, page 6]

4. Townsend [section 1.2, page 9]

Today:

1. Griffith [particles] up to 1.10 (bookmarked) in 2nd edition [ahead for tomorrow]

2. DivGradCurl [took notes on the thing I said I needed to take notes on, on page 25 now]

3. Math Physics HW

4. Ryder 2.1 and 2.2 and a bit of 2.3 [pages 27-33], good review stuff. [need six pages worth tomorrow!]

5. Reading for J Wise [need to fill out NSF forms]

NOTE: Learn some FORTRAN tomorrow!!!!

6. Zee [Section 1.3, up to page 21] [Review tomorrow?]

7. Sterman [3 pages ish, see bookmark…definitely reviewing tomorrow]

8.  QCD n Collider Phys [page 3]