This all started when I was shopping and came across the prepackaged, marinated pork loin. It was nearing its expiration date and marked down. A bit over a pound and for two dollars off the regular price, it seemed like a good deal. On the way home I wondered how I was going to prepare it. Rather than cook a large batch of something, I decided to dice it and freeze it so I could make small meals from materials conveniently at hand and already prepared for cooking. (Place diced pieces on a baking sheet, place in freezer. When frozen a quick pass over the range burner will release them from the sheet. Place in a freezer bag for freezer storage; the already frozen pieces stay separate and don’t freeze in to a large lump.) With a bag of prepared frozen stir fry vegetables you have just about all you need to make the dish. In this case the loin was marinated in teriyaki and I used more teriyaki sauce to finish the dish. You can use your favorite stir fry sauce or seasoning just as easily. In the time it takes to cook a pot of rice the rest of the meal is ready.