I was cleaning out my freezer the other day and discovered some Arctic char buried in there. For those who don't know, char is apparently well-known (among those who know these things) for being a very tasty fish. I am not a fan of fish (unless it's raw in sushi, or covered in batter and fried British style with thick chips), but I'm trying to eat healthier, so I force myself to cook it once in a while.
Below is a random picture from the internet of what fresh-caught char looks like. This is actually the world record holder - they are large fish!
In an earlier post, I showed pictures of what it looks like frozen - one of our northern communities, Ulukhaktok, is famous for its char.
And this is what it looked like on my plate. I decided to slather it with lemon-dill sauce, with sides of mini-potatoes and celery. Healthy and delicious!