I shot this a while back for an audition/contest (didn't get it) but never posted it because I have a similarly yummy recipe made with the now utterly unaffordable red snapper.
I'm posting it now because I briefly touch on same ideas I'm reading in the new and thus far quite excellent book titled Cooked by Michael Pollan. Pollan frequently references Richard Wrangtham's Catching Fire How Cooking Made Us Human, a book I found completely life-changing and cannot recommend highly enough.
Long story short, their message (and mine) is that cooking and sharing food is a profoundly important component of our lives. It literally makes us human, so do it. Real cooking is better for you, cheaper, and when done with a little skill, mad good to eat.