Alright alright so this one doesn't actually have a particular recipe either, mostly because it is so simple. I make variations of this all the time. Enjoy!
What you'll need:

1 lb Meat 
*(You can use Chicken, Steak, Kalbalsa Sausage etc.)
1-2 Bell Peppers, chopped
1-2 Zucchini, sliced
1 Onion, chopped
1/2-1 C Carrots, chopped
1/4 C Soy Sauce
1 1/2 C Rice, prepared
Start by cooking your rice, I usually make about 1 1/2 C for Jake and I; I usually have enough left overs to make 4 complete servings.

Throw your meat in your pan and let it cook. Add you veggies and let them saute' in your meat juices.
Jake doesn't like soft zucchini or carrots so I throw those in at the very last...
Throw in your Soy Sauce and serve over rice.

Sometimes if I have a package stir fry mix I throw that in too. The packets are good if you want more of a sauce; the soy sauce just adds flavor not a thickness.
 
 
I about laughed out loud yesterday when I opened my web page and saw that I accidentally had posed my "steak sandwich" post to my "Scrap" page. It was funny because I had begun with "I'm trying to post from my phone this evening... we'll see how it goes."

Needless to say I think I will be sticking to posting from my Mac.

I thought I'd share my "go to" lunches, streak sandwiches!

Its pretty straight forward and many of you probably have made these before if so this is me reminding you that they are delicious. Period.

I make mine with whatever steak I have at the house, cube streak is cheaper and works well.

Cook up your steak with some onions and season salt. Sometimes I throw in some green peppers if I'm feeling fancy.

In the meantime grab your bread and toast it!

When your meat is cooked grab some cheese, I prefer swiss, and melt it on you're meat by reducing the heat to low.

Take your bread from the toaster, slap on some mayonnaise, your meat/melted cheese, tomatoes, lettuce and anything else you desire.

Done.