Lazy summer food:
Place a (preferably wild caught or sustainably farmed) salmon fillet in some parchment or foil. Toss on some sliced cherry tomatoes, seasonings and a splash of white wine and a drizzle of olive oil. Fold the foil or paper into a sealed pouch with room for steam.
Pop this in a hot oven (375 or so) for twenty or thirty minutes while you boil up some noodles.
When the fish is flaky and cooked, chop it into chunks and toss it in with the drained pasta. Then add another drizzle of oil and melt some butter (more than you think you'll need) in the hot noodles too. Grate fresh parmesan cheese (I like lots) and add some basil from the garden.
Green beans on the side and you're good to go for an easy summer dinner.
Right now, I just need things to be simple. Pasta and fish or meat is simple.