I don't know about you, but I'm a sucker for a good fish taco. There's just something about the mixture of flavors and textures that my tastebuds can't resist! There are a million ways to serve them... fried, grilled, sauced, or salsa-d, but I find that simpler is usually better.
If you know me in real life, you know that my family LOVES green chile peppers. For the past 30+ years, we've ordered chiles from New Mexico by the bushel, shipped them to Tennessee (or Michigan, back in the day) and roasted them ourselves. Our freezers are always fully stocked with fresh green chiles to last the entire year. It's obviously a strange tradition... but I love that it's one we get to share with others. Over the years we've introduced MANY family and friends to the glory of the Big-Jim.
My great-grandparents were incredible people. Glen and Mabel Hornbaker owned and ran a bakery together in Michigan for 30+ years. Great-Grandma was an amazing baker and cook; Great-Grandpa was a talented artist. When Mabel got Alzheimer's, Glen refused to put her into a facility and instead acted as her primary caregiver at home. They were soul mates.