We spent part of early September in a little town called Ucluelet (you-clue-let), BC. What a treasure! It is perched literally at the end of the road on the west side of Vancouver Island.
|The rainforest outside our cabin.|
While there, we wanted to eat fish and found a local fish market called "Fishful Thinking" that proved to be amazing! Fish were brought in daily, by people out having a good day on the water and by small-time fishing boats alike. We were never sure what would be there and it was exciting to go find dinner each day!
|Awesomeness CAN be created in tiny spaces.|
This day, Chris chose halibut that had been swimming nearby just that morning. We made a simple salad of greens and tomatoes and a quick dressing of garlic, mayo, and water to thin it down.
The fish got garlic and pepper then into the hot pan. A fairly fast way to cook the fish until flaky but still moist.
And that was it. The boys gobbled it down. It was hands down the very best fish I have eaten in a long, long time.
|And the little man agreed - amazing fish.|