|A Field Of Bluebonnets In Arlington's Veterans Park|
Checking supplies I saw I was suffering from a shortage of the type things I need to replicate Chinese food.
Before today it had been a long while since I'd been in the part of Arlington I've called Chinatown, in the past.
Today I realized the part of Arlington, along Pioneer Parkway, that I call Chinatown, would more properly be called Arlington's International District, due to the fact that while there are Asian grocery stores, featuring products enabling the cuisines of various Asian nations, like Thailand, Cambodia, Japan, Korea and, of course, China, there are also grocery stores featuring Middle Eastern food products.
|Arlington International District's Cho Saigon|
And Mexican food products.
And even American food products.
Like the Jack in the Box next to the Cho Saigon grocery store I visited to stock up on my Asian ingredients.
On the way to Arlington's International District I got gas. So, I called my mom and dad to tell them I got gas. They were not home. What a surprise.
After getting gas I went to Arlington's Veterans Park to try and un-kink my kinky legs with some salubrious walking.
After Veterans Park I headed east to the former Chinatown. It takes awhile to find stuff at the Cho Saigon. There are dozens upon dozens of soy sauces to choose from. A long treasure hunt to find sesame oil.
No use asking anyone who works there where anything is located. The helpless hunt makes it funner. Eventually I found the sweet chili sauce I wanted. I gave up on finding sesame seeds.
The stir fry I concocted, after I got back to my abode, turned out quite tasty. Baby bok choy is a good stir fry ingredient, as are oyster and shitake mushrooms. And red peppers.