One of our favorite and very Grenadian dishes has been making baked sailfish. I wrote all about it here and you can follow my recipe as trust me, you will not be disappointed. However, I wanted to take a minute to write about a variation we tried out. Since we get so many awesome local and fresh spices in these bundles with our green onions, I got inspired to get extra savory with the sailfish. I sliced up some onions and green bell peppers but also added some carrots and celery to the dish (celery comes with the green onions). I seasoned the sailfish the same way but omitted the lime juice. I also through in sprigs of all the savory spices there was. I added some of the thyme and then a few other things that I honestly did not know what it was, but it smelled delicious. Then add a bay leave to the top and place the tomato slice on and bake it. It really did taste like a different dish. We were very happy, it was almost like a fish roast. Give it a try, especially if you can get your hands on a delicious bundle of Grenadian green onions and spices.