The verdict--light, flavorful and just the thing for a warm summer night. (Slurping cold noodles makes me happy!) Ono, being a pale fleshed fish, doesn't photograph as well as say a bright pink/red ahi when seared, but the taste was delicious. I didn't have fresh peas so I used a frozen steam bag and did them in the microwave. (and unfortunately I overcooked them a bit!) I have all the ingredients above in my pantry but you could eliminate some of them and still get a great flavor. (For example if you don't have mirin--use all rice vinegar or if you don't want to buy ponzu sauce (a Japanese citrus sauce) you can buy it already mixed with soy (ponzu shoyu) or use an additional lime. If you don't want to buy gamasio you can just use toasted sesame seeds to coat the fish--just be sure and salt the fish first).
"Next you check out the shipping box or maybe chew on it for awhile..."
"Then you wrap the stuff--or maybe you just lay on top of the wrap and gifts for awhile..."
"Helping is very hard work you know--I feel a yawn coming on..."
"I'll just lay here and try to look cute and you can stop this nonsense and come rub my belly..."
So as you can imagine the process took longer than it should have! Hopefully no bite marks will be visible when the package is opened!