Dude, do you remember when I was all, "blah blah I'm going to write about all our standard meals and talk about our grocery list and blah blah" and then I think all I did was post about spanish rice and then I got distracted and did something else?
We eat stir fry like twice a week. It's funny, because everyone makes stir fry and everyone has their own little way of doing it. Sometimes it's nice to have someone else cook for you, but doesn't it seem like if you eat someone else's stir fry, it's just kind of wrong in a way? It's like doing laundry at someone else's house and realizing your clothes all smell different. Or, it's like when you're a kid and you go over to your friend's house and they have DIET COKE instead of REGULAR COKE. Or worse- PEPSI.
The ingredients to our stir fry that never deviate are: onion, garlic, carrot, celery, broccoli, zucchini, soy sauce, a tiny splash of fish sauce, served over long grain (basmati or jasmine) brown rice.
The ingredients that sneak their way in when we're feeling fancy are stuff like, asparagus, green beans, bell peppers (expensive!), maybe snow peas if I'm feeling CRAAAAZY. Mushrooms, sometimes. I've been on a huge mushroom kick. I blame Zach.
I used to throw in tofu every once in awhile, but some of us have problems *ahem* digesting it. Without protein, I get hungry almost immediately after eating, so I've started adding scrambled eggs. When we have cashews on hand, I dump some of those in too. I love it with cashews!
Tell me about your stir fry, please. It's like sneaking into someone's medicine cabinet. I'm snoopy.