One day, when my mother was a little girl, she overheard her father ask her mother what was for dinner. "There's bugger-all for dinner," her mother said.
Later her mother asked her what she wanted for dinner. "I'd like bugger-all please," she said.
This dish is not, as far as I know, what they had for dinner that day:
n fillets of white fish (ideally haddock) cut into chunks
n/2 tomatoes, cut ditto
n/2 onions, chopped
2n cloves garlic, minced
cumin powder, salt, pepper
Fry the onions in the oil till translucent. Add the garlic when the onions are nearly done. Turn heat low. Put a bit more oil on the onions, and onto it sprinkle large amounts of cumin and fresh ground pepper. Let sit for a minute, then throw in the tomatoes and fish, and stir. Salt to taste. Cover, cook on stove or in oven till fish done.