That was dear husband's review of this dish, Sear-Roasted Halibut with Tomatoes and Capers from Fine Cooking 93. You basically sear your fish, flip it in the pan, and toss in a tomato salad made with capers and fresh oregano. (The salad actually tasted better before it had been roasted.) As the fish roasts, the tomatoes break down a little. You drizzle in a little balsamic vinegar and spoon it over your fish. The tomatoes are sweet, the balsamic provides richness and tang, the capers are a salty bite. I liked the completed dish. Dear husband didn't. There you go.