Living with my husband is interesting at times... You would think after almost 20 years of marriage, I would get used to his "knowing" things he can't possibly know, but somehow does. Last night about 7:15pm, Rich says "I feel like having Grouper." (a type of fish that I have never seen here in the Grocery stores) I said "Nobody in town has Grouper." He said, "Call Uri at Rincon Market." Uri is the local "One and Only Official Fish Monger" in Tucson. But, I have never even seen Grouper at Rincon Market. (a local specialty Grocery and Deli) I said "Uri won't be working this time of night, and besides, I don't think he has any Grouper either." Rich says "Just call him." So, I get on the phone to Rincon Market, I ask if anyone is still at the Meat Counter. The girl says "Yes, hold on." And lo and behold, Uri answers the phone! I ask if he has any Grouper, He says "Yes, it just came in 20 minutes ago, the truck was very late tonight." I told him we would be right over. When we got to Rincon Market, I discovered from chatting with Uri, that he had been trying for about two months to get some Grouper, and it "just so happened" to arrive just as Rich was getting a taste for it!! Here is what I call "Rich's Glorious Grouper" He sauted the fish in Olive Oil, and butter with a sauce made with Lemon, Dill, Balsamic Vinegar and sprinkled with Candied Sliced Almonds Served with Trader Joe's Beer Battered Vidalia Onion Rings, Homemade Potato salad and Cole slaw with Ranch Dressing. It was quite yummy!!