Rinse and wipe fillets dry. Rub fish with a bit of salt and fresh ground pepper. Mix crushed garlic with lemon juice and oil. Marinate fish for 30 minutes or so. Remove from marinade and place fish on well oiled hot BBQ grill. Brush or spoon fish frequently with the marinade while cooking. Grill 4 to 5 minutes on each side, be mindful and please don't overcook the fish, it is expensive!
Begin heating skillet on stovetop for sautéed almonds approximately 6 minutes before fish is done.
Sauté 1/4 cup slivered almonds in 1 tablespoon butter until light, golden brown, don't burn the butter and almonds! Stir in minced parsley and a few drops of additional fresh squeezed lemon juice. (total cooking time for almonds, 5 minutes, max!) Sprinkle freshly cooked almonds over grilled fish and serve and then eat immediately.
Serve with fresh in season vegetables or a spinach salad with fresh tomato and an oil vinegar dressing!
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