There is such a thing as too much information. Too many recipes, too many ingredients, too much, too much too much. Take a little piece of tuna steak, season it with kosher salt on both sides, sear it in a hot pan with some delicious olive oil until it is nice and brown on both sides. It should still be a little pink in the middle. Get it out of the pan, and on a plate.
In a little bowl, toss together some chopped and seeded ripe and deep red tomatoes with some nicoise olives, some diced shallot, and some minced fresh parsley. Drizzle with olive oil, season with salt and pepper, and spoon over the fish. Serve it with crusty french bread and new boiled potatoes that have been cooked in salted water with a drizzle of olive oil and a whole clove of garlic. Finish them with more olive oil, salt and pepper. And little lettuce leaves in a salad. The end.