Have you ever heard of kingfish? I hadn't, particularly not as a fish you can buy at the grocery store. I learned that it's a type of mackerel, with a strong "fishy" taste, too strong for most consumers in South Florida. After checking our local stores and then making several phone calls, I finally found a market that could order it for me, and they did. Thank you, Joseph's Classic Market. While there, I also discovered that they carry green olives without pimiento, but that gave me the idea to check Whole Foods when we try this recipe again with shrimp.
Fortunately the rest of the ingredients were normal - onions, green peppers, garlic, olive oil, white wine vinegar, bay leaves, peppercords and salt, plus flour for dredging the kingfish steaks.
Wayne got to work!
Slicing onions and green peppers was the next step, along with removing the bones in the fish.
One more option - use shrimp instead of kingfish!