The thing that I like best about summer is creating stir fry straight from the garden. Fresh garlic and onions sautéed in butter.
Our beef isn't farm fresh yet, but if they keep mis-behaving that might change to sooner rather than later. Until then, I brown the beef that purchased at the local grocery store.
We didn't grow cabbage this year. But we need to next year!
Kohlrabi makes an excellent addition! I know that isn't your normal stir fry vegetable but it's good!
I only had a small handful of green beans but how much more do you need?
I had a picture of uncut carrots here. I had to add it back at the bottom. Eventually, I'll move it up to the right place.
Sliced carrots add color. (Slice two, eat one after all they taste so good.)
Broccoli was next.
I don't grow mushrooms but they were in the refrigerator. That is one thing I don't think I'll ever try to grow.
Zucchini, you need to be careful that it doesn't get mushy on you.
I was feeling quite wild and added tomatoes. That was something I've never done before.
It all worked out deliciously! But ad always, it made too much.
Below is the carrot picture which needs to get moved. It's sad to cook this delicious vegetable. But raw in a stir fry doesn't work.