I grew up a picky eater (like many people do), but unlike most people, I have yet to grow out of that "phase". I'm still a college student, and I'm just begin to eat real food on a regular basis (I still eat fast food WAY more than I should, but it's slowly coming down). I'm getting better about veggies, and I've never really had a problem with the farmyard inhabitants, and I've even learned that I enjoy shellfish. Regular fish, on the other hand, is still outside my comfort zone as an eater and as a cook. I am hoping to change that. Can someone recommend to me a good introductory fish dish, one that doesn't taste too "fishy", but also isn't just hiding the fish flavor with sauce or marinade? I will say that I am OK eating fish'n'chips on occasion, and the fish I've found least objectionable was (I believe) trout. I really like strong flavors (black pepper, garlic, heat). I can cook it on the stove-top, propane grill, or in the oven - I would even be open to a stew that isn't too fish-y. My cooking skills are basic, but I go slowly and pay attention to details. I have access to a couple of reliable fishmarkets (I live in the Bay Area, and a few of my friends won't stop talking about how nice the fish up here is). I'd rather not have to learn how to butcher and clean a fish at this stage, but if the first dish goes well I'll DEFINITELY be moving in that direction. I'm willing to try something new, but I really would like to be eased into this fishy business. Also, the girlfriend gets to help me eat the results, and her tastes are similar to mine. Keeping all that in mind, do you think you guys can suggest a place to begin? Thanks in advance!