Here's an easy one, even for people who are intimidated by cooking fish. Buy some swordfish (shark is good, too) and a package of McCormick fajita marinade. (sold with the dry sauce mixes) One package is enough for 1-2 pounds of fish. Mix the marinade with balsamic vinegar, oil, and water according to the package instructions. Pour over fish and let marinade while the fire is heating up (or longer, if you've managed to plan ahead.) Cook for about 5 minutes per side, depending on how thick the fish is and how hot the fire is. Cut open a piece to check it - it should be just barely turned white all the way through.Hmmm... maybe time to go to the grocery store!
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