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Cooking healthy tonight? Try this succulent fluke with savory quinoa salad on for size.

James Beard–nominated cookbook author Jennifer Trainer Thompson’s new book title says it all: a fearless guide to grilling, shucking, searing, poaching and roasting seafood. If you have a fish craving that can only be satisfied in your own kitchen, Thompson has a recipe, detailed instructions and plenty of information on why your hankering is awesome. 

With a sweet white meat, fluke (which resembles a flounder) is a great eating fish. It’s a bottom-dwelling flatfish that’s also called a summer flounder (no, it’s not a fluke) because they winter off the continental shelf and come into the bays during the summer months.

Reprinted with permission from Fresh Fish