The most mislabeled seafood in the United States is red snapper, which lives in the Gulf of Mexico. On the West Coast if you see "Red Snapper" in a fish store or on a menu, it's more likely rockfish. This is too bad, because rockfish are local, really tasty, and deserve to be well known. This delicious recipe from Food & Wine Magazine highlights the rich flavor and texture of rockfish with simple grilling that's perfect for warm evenings.
Seared Abalone with Roasted Asparagus and Coke Farm Polenta
Whole seared abalone with a blistered cherry tomato, red onion and wine compote. I accompanied this with local asparagus and Coke Farm polenta. I would pair it with the wine you used in the compote. I go with a sauvignon blanc as my cooking wine for this dish.