I always like to anticipate what I'll cook with a catch, even if the chances of success are slim. In this case, I had a ceviche in mind with whatever we caught, large or small.
The barracuda was certainly fairly substantial, and way too much for lunch for the four of us. But we did have another part of the trip where food would be needed if we didn't manage to nail a boar. The shopping in the port had been limited, but I'd spotted a solitary pineapple and some spring onions in a greengrocer's.
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