I have always had a great liking for fish and amongst my favourite fish meals is Salmon followed by Tuna steaks, the latter I now rarely see in the fish mongers - of course it might be that I don't arrive in town early enough as am not great at getting up early in the mornings :)
Below is a half side of salmon which I purchased for €6. 50 (£5. 50 or US$8. 30) and weighs approximately 1-3/4 LB sufficient for two good meals for me, Mrs H is not fond of baked salmon and her preference is for it to be sliced & barbecued.
My preparation is to spread a thin coating of olive oil on the tray, lay in the fish, liberally sprinkle it with freshly ground black pepper surface plus a small amount of sea salt to enhance the flavour and a few knobs of Kerrygold Butter to prevent burning.
Here is my superb fish tea together with nicely buttered crisp breads and cracked-wheat crackers; I prefer not to accompany the fish with vegetables or potatoes.
The picture below is of a recent find in a charity shop by Mrs H who has lately developed a penchant for jugs of various styles. We added the brown egg to symbolise the fruit of the fowl.
Also this perhaps will get the attention of Mr John Gray of Going Gently http://disasterfilm.blogspot.ie/ whose blog I visit on occasionally.