Yesterday my oldest daughter was given several pounds of amberjack, someone she knows had caught it the day before, it was cleaned and filleted, ready to cook. But he couldn’t keep all of it so he gave some to her, and last night she cooked it on the outdoor grill. I don’t eat fish but everyone said it was delicious. I know there was a LOT left over so they can eat that while I’m gone this weekend, I'll be at a Christian retreat with the ladies from my church. My youngest is in town to celebrate her birthday, and she made onion potatoes on the grill to go with it. These couldn’t be simpler, here’s the “recipe”:
Cut potatoes into cubes. They can be peeled, or not, whatever you want. Toss them with some cooking oil and a package or 2 of dry onion soup mix, you know, the kind you use to make onion dip. Either bake in the oven or put them in a foil pouch and throw them on the grill til they’re tender. If I do them on the grill I like to open the top of the foil near the end of the cooking time and let them crisp a little, but that isn’t necessary.
They also threw on a few hamburgers for me. I don’t think April eats fish either so she may have had a burger as well.